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(215 ILCS 5/445.1)
(from Ch. 73, par. 1057.1)
Surplus Line Association of Illinois.
There is hereby created a
non-profit association to be known as the Surplus Line Association of
Illinois. All surplus line producers shall be and must remain individual
members of the Association as a condition of their holding a license as a
surplus line producer in this State. The Association must perform its
functions under the plan of operation established and approved under
Section 445.3 and must exercise its powers through a board of directors
established under Section 445.2 of this Code. The Association shall be
supervised by the Director and is subject to the applicable provisions of
the Illinois Insurance Code. The Association shall be authorized and have the
(1) receive and record all surplus line insurance
contracts that surplus line producers are required to file with the Association under subsection (5) of Section 445;
(2) prepare monthly reports for the Director on
surplus line insurance procured by its members during the preceding month in such form and providing such information as the Director may prescribe;
(3) prepare and deliver to the Director and, at the
discretion of the Director, to each licensee the reports of surplus line business prescribed in subsection (3) of Section 445;
(4) assess its members for costs of operations in
accordance with a schedule adopted by the Board of Directors of the Association and approved by the Director;
(5) employ and retain such persons as are necessary
to carry out the duties of the Association;
(6) borrow money as necessary to effect the purposes
(7) enter contracts as necessary to effect the
purposes of the Association;
(8) perform such other acts as will facilitate and
encourage compliance by its members with the surplus line law of this State and rules promulgated thereunder; and
(9) provide such other services to its members as are
incidental or related to the purposes of the Association.
Nothing in this Act shall be
construed as giving the Association any discretionary authority to enforce
this Act or to withhold or decline acceptance and recording of insurance contracts that meet
the requirements of subsection (5) of Section 445.
(Source: P.A. 102-224, eff. 1-1-22