Model Insurers Supervision, Rehabilitation, And Liquidation Act Of 1977

Definition of "Model insurers supervision, rehabilitation, and liquidation act of 1977"

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Model law endorsed by the national association of insurance commissioners (naic) giving state regulators broad new powers to deal with financially troubled insurance companies. The act was intended to replace the model Insurers Rehabilitation and Liquidation Act, which me NAIC endorsed in 1969. The new model would make it easier for insurance commissioners to gain control of impaired insurers by listing new grounds for placing them in liquidation and rehabilitation. The act also sets liquidation standards for interstate cooperation among regulators.


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