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HB 751, 54th Regular Session
Relating to making it unlawful for any person to take, misapply or convert to his own use any money, property or other thing of value belonging to any insurance company, corporation, association, title insurance company, fraternal benefit society, mutual life insurance company, local mutual aid association, statewide mutual assessment company, mutual insurance company other than life, farm mutual insurance company, county mutual insurance company, Lloyds, reciprocal or inter-insurance exchange, group hospital service, or other insurer licensed to transact insurance business in this State, knowing that he is not entitled to receive it, or to secrete the same with intent to take, misapply or convert the same to his own use, or to pay or deliver the same to any person knowing that such person is not entitled to receive it, or in any manner to knowingly aid, advise or assist any person in taking, misapplication, or conversion by any person of any money, property or other thing of value belonging to any such insurer; providing penalties for violations of this Act; providing venue of any offense under this Act.
Author: Robert L. "Bob" Strickland
Insurance--Health & Accident
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