Liquidation And Rehabilitation

Definition of "Liquidation and rehabilitation"

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Taking over of an insurance company's assets by the State Insurance Commissioner when examination of the annual report reveals that the company is in substantial financial difficulty. The State Insurance Commissioner will then operate the company in what is deemed to be the best interest of the policy owners, insureds, and creditors. If the State Insurance Commissioner believes it is possible to save the company, rehabilitation (reorganization of the company's structure) may be ordered; if salvage is deemed impossible, liquidation may be necessary.

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