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Title      33
Chapter       3  
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Title 33, Chapter 3, Section 30 (33-3-30)

(a) Each alien insurer which enters through this state to transact insurance in the United States through a United States branch shall establish and maintain in this state such insurer's principal place of business in the United States, and shall keep in such principal place of business complete records of the assets, transactions, and affairs in accordance with the methods and systems which are customary or suitable as to the kind or kinds of insurance transacted in the United States.

(b) Concealment from the Commissioner or removal from this state of any material part of the records required to be kept in this state under subsection (a) of this Code section, except for any reasonable purposes and periods of time as may be approved by the Commissioner in writing in advance of such removal, is prohibited. The certificate of authority to do business of any alien insurer which removes or attempts to remove any material part of such records from the principal place of business of the insurer in this state with the intent to remove the same from this state or conceals or attempts to conceal the same from the Commissioner in violation of this subsection shall be revoked. Upon any removal or attempted removal of such records or upon retention of such records or material part of such records outside this state beyond the period specified in the Commissioner's consent under which such records were permitted to be removed or upon concealment of or attempts to conceal such records in violation of this subsection, the Commissioner may institute proceedings against the insurer pursuant to Chapter 37 of this title.

(c) This Code section shall not be deemed to prohibit or prevent an alien insurer from establishing and maintaining branch offices or regional home offices in other states where necessary or convenient to the transaction of its business and keeping therein the detailed records customary and necessary for the servicing of the insurance in force in the jurisdiction served by such an office as long as such records are made readily available at such office for examination by the Commissioner at his request.

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