Wyoming Statutes Title 26. Insurance Code § 26-3-101. Certificate of authority required

(a) No person shall act as an insurer and no insurer shall transact insurance in this state unless authorized by a subsisting certificate of authority granted by the commissioner, except as to transactions expressly otherwise provided in this code [title 26].

(b) No insurer shall solicit insurance applications or otherwise transact insurance in another state or country, from offices or by personnel located in this state, unless it holds a subsisting certificate of authority granted by the commissioner authorizing it to transact the same kinds of insurance in this state.

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