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The 2003 Florida Statutes

Chapter 631
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Section 631.0515, Florida Statutes 2003

631.0515  Appointment of receiver; insurance holding company.--A delinquency proceeding pursuant to this chapter constitutes the sole and exclusive method of dissolving, liquidating, rehabilitating, reorganizing, conserving, or appointing a receiver of a Florida corporation which is not insolvent as defined by s. 607.01401(16); which through its shareholders, board of directors, or governing body is deadlocked in the management of its affairs; and which directly or indirectly owns all of the stock of a Florida domestic insurer. The department may petition for an order directing it to rehabilitate such corporation if the interests of policyholders or the public will be harmed as a result of the deadlock. The department shall use due diligence to resolve the deadlock. Whether or not the department petitions for an order, the circuit court shall not have jurisdiction pursuant to 1s. 607.271, 1s. 607.274, or 1s. 607.277 to dissolve, liquidate, or appoint receivers with respect to, a Florida corporation which directly or indirectly owns all of the stock of a Florida domestic insurer and which is not insolvent as defined by s. 607.01401(16).

History.--s. 2, ch. 86-86; s. 2, ch. 87-50; s. 181, ch. 90-179; ss. 187, 188, ch. 91-108; s. 4, ch. 91-429; s. 45, ch. 99-3; s. 83, ch. 2000-154.

1Note.--Repealed by s. 189, ch. 90-179.

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