Section 3911.01 | Authorized types of business.
No life insurance company, organized under the laws of this state, shall undertake any business or risk except as provided in this section, and no company, partnership, or association, organized or incorporated by act of congress, or under the laws of this or any other state of the United States, or by any foreign government, transacting the business of life insurance in this state, shall be permitted to take any kind of risks, except those connected with the making of insurance on life or against accidents to persons, sickness, or temporary or permanent physical disability, and with the granting, purchasing, and disposing of annuities. A life insurance company may also assume reinsurance of medical payments, accidental death, dismemberment, or disability coverages written by any insurance company other than life as supplementary coverages to any policy of liability insurance as described in division (A) of section 3923.20 of the Revised Code. The business of life insurance, or life and accident insurance, in this state, shall not be in any way transacted by any company, partnership, or association which in this state, or in any other state or country, makes insurance on marine, fire, inland, or any other risk, or does a banking or any other kind of business in connection with insurance.
Available Versions of this Section
- March 20, 1972 – Senate Bill 444, 109th General Assembly [ View March 20, 1972 Version ]