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TITLE 41
INSURANCE
CHAPTER 32
FRATERNAL BENEFIT SOCIETIES
 41-3225. Reports. Reports shall be filed in accordance with the provisions of this section.
(1)  Every society transacting business in this state shall annually, on or before the first day of March, unless for cause shown such time has been extended by the director, file with the director a true statement of its financial condition, transactions and affairs for the preceding calendar year and pay the fee specified in section 41-3235, Idaho Code, for filing same. The statement shall be in general form and context as approved by the national association of insurance commissioners for fraternal benefit societies and as supplemented by additional information required by the director.
(2)  As part of the annual statement herein required, each society shall, on or before the first day of March, file with the director a valuation of its certificates in force on December 31 last preceding, provided the director may, in his discretion for cause shown, extend the time for filing such valuation for not more than two (2) calendar months. Such valuation shall be done in accordance with the standards specified in section 41-3224, Idaho Code. Such valuation and underlying data shall be certified by a qualified actuary or, at the expense of the society, verified by the actuary of the department of insurance of the state of domicile of the society.
(3)  A society neglecting to file the annual statement in the form and within the time provided by this section may be subject to a fine of one hundred dollars ($100) for each day during which such neglect continues, and its authority to do business in this state may be suspended by the director while such default continues.

History:
[41-3225, added 1995, ch. 213, sec. 2, p. 735.]

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