Certificate of authority required.
Exceptions, certificate of authority required.
Church benefit plans and church benefit board.
General eligibility of insurers for certificate of authority.
Restrictions on existing private passenger automobile insurance.
Combinations of insuring powers, one insurer.
Surplus required; new insurers.
Restrictions on insurers that are wholly owned subsidiaries of insurers to do business in state.
Officers and directors of insolvent insurers.
Surplus required; current insurers.
Risk-based capital requirements for insurers.
Confidentiality of risk-based capital information.
Premiums written; restrictions.
Permissible insuring combinations without additional capital funds.
Deposit requirement; domestic insurers and foreign insurers.
Application for certificate of authority.
Issuance or refusal of authority.
Ownership of certificate of authority; return.
Continuance, expiration, reinstatement, and amendment of certificate of authority.
Suspension, revocation of certificate of authority for violations and special grounds.
Order, notice of suspension or revocation of certificate of authority; effect; publication.
Duration of suspension; insurer’s obligations during suspension period; reinstatement.
Administrative fine in lieu of suspension or revocation.
Confidentiality of proprietary business and other information.
Service of process; appointment of Chief Financial Officer as process agent.
Annual statement and other information.
Change in controlling interest of foreign or alien insurer; report required.
Agent countersignature required, property, casualty, surety insurance.
Exceptions to countersignature law.
Licensed agent law, life and health insurances.
Withdrawal of insurer or discontinuance of writing certain kinds or lines of insurance.
Nonrenewal of residential property insurance policies.
Workers’ compensation insurers; notice of significant underwriting change.
Florida Nonprofit Multiple-Employer Welfare Arrangement Act.
“Multiple-employer welfare arrangement” defined; certificate of authority required; penalty.
Certain words prohibited in name of organization.
Examination by the office.
Administrative, provider, and management contracts.
Employer participants’ liability.
Annual reports; actuarial certification; quarterly reports; penalties.
Place of business; maintenance of records.
Assets, liabilities, and investments.
Suspension, revocation of approval.
Order, notice, duration, effect of suspension or revocation; administrative fine.
Certificate of insurance for contractors.
Assets of insurers; reporting requirements.
Insurer investment in foreign companies.
Participation of financial institutions in reinsurance and in insurance exchanges.
Commercial self-insurance funds.
Local government self-insurance funds.
Public housing authorities self-insurance funds; exemption for taxation and assessments.
Independent Educational Institution Self-Insurance Funds.
Corporation not for profit self-insurance funds.
Electric cooperative self-insurance fund.
Certificate of authority required; penalties.
Application requirements for certificate of authority.
Continuing requirements for certificate of authority.
Tax on premiums, contributions, and assessments.
Impaired self-insurance funds.
Liquidation, rehabilitation, reorganization, and conservation.
Filing, approval, and disapproval of forms.
Self-insurer members; payment of delinquent premiums and assessments.
Enforcement of specified insurance provisions.
Applicability of related laws.
Liability of trustees of self-insurance trust fund and directors of self-insurance funds operating as corporations.
Registration of pharmacy benefit managers.