(1) Any insurer that provides coverage of a resident of this state, property located
in this state, or a business activity conducted in this state, or that engages in
any activity described in Subsections 31A-15-102(2)(a) through (h), is:
(a) doing an insurance business in this state; and
(b) subject to the jurisdiction of the insurance commissioner and the courts of this
state under Sections 31A-2-309 and 31A-2-310 to the extent of that coverage or activity.
(2) Any person doing or purporting to do an insurance business in this state as defined
in Section 31A-1-301 is subject to the jurisdiction of the insurance commissioner and this title, unless
the insurer can establish that the exemptions of Section 31A-1-103 apply.
(3) This section does not limit the jurisdiction of the courts of this state under
other applicable law.
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