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Section 3909.08 | Renewal certificates of authority.


If the annual statement required by section 3909.06 of the Revised Code is satisfactory evidence to the superintendent of insurance of the solvency and ability of the company to meet all its engagements at maturity, and that the deposit is maintained as required by section 3909.03 of the Revised Code, he shall issue renewal certificates of authority to the agents of the company, certified copies of which must be filed in the county recorder's office of the county in which the agency is located. Such renewal certificates shall be retained by the recorder for a minimum of two years from the date of filing and shall be the authority of such agents to issue new policies in this state for the ensuing year.

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