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The 2010 Florida Statutes(including Special Session A)

Title XXXVII
INSURANCE
Chapter 625
ACCOUNTING, INVESTMENTS, AND DEPOSITS BY INSURERS
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F.S. 625.765
625.765 Exemptions from ss. 625.75 and 625.76.The commission may adopt by rule exemptions from ss. 625.75 and 625.76 for transactions that are not subject to s. 628.461 and that are the result of proceedings in probate, incompetency, or bankruptcy; sales of securities by odd-lot securities dealers; small transactions by gift which do not exceed $3,000 over any 6-month period; transactions that are effected in connection with the distribution of a substantial block of securities; acquisitions of shares of stock and stock options under a stock bonus plan, stock option plan, or similar plan; securities acquired by redeeming other securities by an insurer; consolidations or mergers of insurers that hold over 85 percent of the companies being merged or consolidated; acquisitions or dispositions of an equity security involved in the deposit of the security under, or the withdrawal of the security from, a voting trust or deposit agreement; and conversions of an insurer’s equity securities into another equity security of the same insurer. The commission may limit by rule the scope of exemptions and provide conditions for exemptions as necessary to maintain the purpose and intent of ss. 625.75 and 625.76 and prevent the circumvention of ss. 625.75 and 625.76.
History.s. 5, ch. 2000-370; s. 901, ch. 2003-261.
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