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2011 Florida Statutes

F.S. 631.025
631.025 Persons subject to this part.Delinquency proceedings authorized by this part may be initiated against any insurer, as defined in s. 631.011(15), if the statutory grounds are present as to that insurer, and the court may exercise jurisdiction over any person required to cooperate with the department and office pursuant to s. 631.391 and over all persons made subject to the court’s jurisdiction by other provisions of law. Such persons include, but are not limited to:
(1) A person transacting, or that has transacted, insurance business in or from this state and against whom claims arising from that business may exist now or in the future.
(2) A person purporting to transact an insurance business in this state and any person who acts as an insurer, transacts insurance, or otherwise engages in insurance activities in or from this state, with or without a certificate of authority or proper authority from the department or office, against whom claims arising from that business may exist now or in the future.
(3) An insurer with policyholders resident in this state.
(4) All other persons organized or in the process of organizing with the intent to transact an insurance business in this state.
History.s. 6, ch. 2002-25; s. 1342, ch. 2003-261.