3999.37 Prohibiting fraudulent acts concerning impairment or insolvency of insurer.

No person shall do any of the following:

(A) Conceal any property belonging to an insurer;

(B) Transfer or conceal his own property or property belonging to an insurer in contemplation of a proceeding under Chapter 3903. of the Revised Code;

(C) Conceal, destroy, mutilate, alter, or make a false entry in any document that affects or relates to the property of an insurer;

(D) Withhold any document that affects or relates to the property of an insurer from a receiver, trustee, or other officer of a court entitled to its possession;

(E) Give, obtain, or receive anything of value for acting or forbearing to act in any judicial proceeding, if the act results in or contributes to the impairment or insolvency of any insurer.

Cite as R.C. § 3999.37

History. Effective Date: 08-08-1991