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Insurance Law

A guide to secondary, primary, and interdisciplinary sources on insurance law.

Overview

In Texas, remedies for insurance companies in hazardous financial condition or insolvency are referred to as Supervision, Conservatorship, or Receivership. This section of the guide highlights the portion of the statutes and regulations on this topic.

Statutes

This excerpt from the table of contents of Texas' statutes shows how remedies fits within the larger Texas Insurance Code. The full-text of the statutes are available through the Texas Legislature's website.

TOC of code

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Regulations

This excerpt from the table of contents of Texas' regulations shows how remedies fits within the larger Texas Adminstrative Code. The full-text of the regulations are available from the Texas Secretary of State's website.

TOC of regs

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