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Session Laws, 1963
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1040                           LAWS OF MARYLAND                       [CH. 553

transfer or release of the residuary interest shall be made when
the officers of the insurer which has been merged or consolidated and
of the continuing insurer make affidavit that the liabilities of the
merged or consolidated insurer have been extinguished, cancelled or

118.    Release Only on Order.

No release of deposited funds or assets shall be made except upon
application to and written order of the Commissioner. The Commis-
sioner shall have no personal liability for any such release of any
such deposit or part thereof so made by him in good faith.


119.    Scope of Subtitle.

This subtitle applies to all alien insurers desiring to use Mary-
land as a state of entry to transact insurance business in the United

120.    Required Deposit of Assets.

(1)   An alien insurer may use Maryland as a state of entry to
transact insurance business in the United States by making and
maintaining in this State a deposit of assets in trust with a solvent
bank or trust company approved by the Commissioner.

(2)   The deposit, together with other trust deposits of the insurer
held in the United States for the same purpose, shall be in amount
not less than the deposits required of an alien insurer under section
50(2) of this article, and shall consist of cash and/or securities of
the same character and diversification as those eligible for the in-
vestment of the funds of domestic insurers under subtitle 6 or 7 of
this article.

(3)   Such a deposit may be referred to as "trusteed assets."

121.    Purpose of Duration.

The deposit required by section 120 shall be for the benefit, security
and protection of the policyholders, or policyholders and creditors, of
the insurer in the United States. It shall be maintained as long as
there is outstanding any liability of the insurer arising out of its in-
surance transactions in the United States.

122.    Trust Agreement; Approval.

(1)   The deposit referred to in section 120 shall be made under a
written trust agreement between the insurer and the trustee, consist-
ent with the provisions of this subtitle, and shall be authenticated in
such form and manner as the Commissioner may designate or ap-

(2)   The agreement shall not be effective until filed with and ap-
proved in writing by the Commissioner. The Commissioner shall not
approve any trust agreement found by him not to be in compliance
with law, or the terms of which do not in fact provide reasonably
adequate protection for the insurer's policyholders or policyholders
and creditors in the United States.


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