48.30.110  <<  48.30.120 >>   48.30.130

Misconduct of officers, employees.

No director, officer, agent, attorney-in-fact, or employee of an insurer shall:
(1) Knowingly receive or possess himself or herself of any of its property, otherwise than in payment for a just demand, and with intent to defraud, omit to make or to cause or direct to be made, a full and true entry thereof in its books and accounts; nor
(2) Make or concur in making any false entry, or concur in omitting to make any material entry, in its books or accounts; nor
(3) Knowingly concur in making or publishing any written report, exhibit or statement of its affairs or pecuniary condition containing any material statement which is false, or omit or concur in omitting any statement required by law to be contained therein; nor
(4) Having the custody or control of its books, willfully fail to make any proper entry in the books of the insurer as required by law, or to exhibit or allow the same to be inspected and extracts to be taken therefrom by any person entitled by law to inspect the same, or take extracts therefrom; nor
(5) If a notice of an application for an injunction or other legal process affecting or involving the property or business of the insurer is served upon him or her, fail to disclose the fact of such service and the time and place of such application to the other directors, officers, and managers thereof; nor
(6) Fail to make any report or statement lawfully required by a public officer.
[ 2010 c 8 § 11004; 2009 c 549 § 7119; 1947 c 79 § .30.12; Rem. Supp. 1947 § 45.30.12.]
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