(215 ILCS 5/101)
(from Ch. 73, par. 713)
(Section scheduled to be repealed on January 1, 2027)
Restrictions upon domestic Lloyds.
(1) A domestic Lloyds shall not
(a) change its name or title without first obtaining
the written approval of the Director; nor
(b) establish branches under other or different names
(c) amend or change its declaration or power of
attorney without the approval of the Director and any amendment thereto or change therein shall be set forth in an amended verified declaration or power of attorney filed with the Director.
(2) A domestic Lloyds shall
(a) maintain the assets required by this Article
either in cash or in investments permitted by this Code;
(b) maintain in this State the principal office of
its attorney-in-fact for the transaction of business therein, and shall notify the Director of any change in the location of the principal office of its attorney-in-fact;
(c) notify the Director of any change in
(d) notify the Director of any change of
attorney-in-fact by filing with the Director an instrument signed by the underwriters of such Lloyds revoking the previous appointment of any attorney-in-fact and designating and appointing a substitute attorney-in-fact.
(3) All notices required by subsections (1) and (2) except the notice
prescribed by clause (d) of subsection (2) shall be in writing and shall be
verified by the attorney-in-fact if an individual or by an officer of the
attorney-in-fact if a corporation.
(4) Additional underwriters may join and be included in any such Lloyds,
subject to such conditions and requirements as may from time to time be
imposed by such Lloyds and upon meeting the requirements in this Article
with regard to underwriters. Such additional underwriters who may so join
such Lloyds shall be bound by the documents on file with the Director in
the same manner as though they had personally executed the same and shall
have the same rights, powers and duties as all other underwriters of such
Lloyds. The attorney-in-fact authorized by the underwriters to act for them
shall thereafter also be the attorney-in-fact for such additional
(Source: Laws 1937, p. 696