(215 ILCS 5/123A-13) (from Ch. 73, par. 735A-13)
(Section scheduled to be repealed on January 1, 2017)
Sec. 123A-13. Examination of Advisory Organization, Members, Subscribers and Other Companies.
(1) As often as may be reasonable and necessary, the Director must make or cause to be made an examination of any advisory organization. In lieu of any such examination the Director may accept the report of an examination made by the insurance regulatory official of another state. In examining any organization pursuant to this Section, the Director shall ascertain whether such organization complies with the requirements of this Article and all other applicable provisions of the Illinois Insurance Code.
(2) If after examination of a company or advisory organization, or upon the basis of other information, the Director has good cause to believe that the company or organization does not comply with the applicable provisions of the Illinois Insurance Code, he shall, unless he has good cause to believe such noncompliance is knowingly and wilfully, give notice in writing to the company or organization, stating therein to the extent practicable, in what manner such noncompliance is allowed to exist and specifying therein a reasonable time, not less than 10 days thereafter, in which such noncompliance may be corrected. Notices under this Section shall be confidential between the Director and the parties unless a hearing is held thereon.
(3) If the Director has good cause to believe such noncompliance to be wilful, or if within, the period prescribed by the Director in the notice required by paragraph (2) of this Section the company or organization does not make the changes as may be necessary to correct the noncompliance specified by the Director or establish to the satisfaction of the Director that the specified noncompliance does not exist, then the Director may hold a public hearing in connection therewith, provided that within a reasonable period of time, which shall be not less than 10 days before the date of such hearing, he must mail written notice specifying the matters to be considered at such hearing to such company or organization. If no notice has been given as provided in paragraph (2) of this Section, notice of hearing shall state therein, to the extent practicable, in what manner such noncompliance is alleged to exist.
(Source: P.A. 77-1882.)
Last modified: February 18, 2015