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Statutory requirements relating to insurance in the United States and Canadas: comprising all the requirements necessary for the admission and transaction of business in the States and in Canada, by fire, life, and casualty insurance companies of other states and foreign countries.
outline of statutory requirements relating to casualty insurance and casualty companies. No attempt has been made to cover all the legal features that a text book on casualty insurance law would embrace but rather to treat in a more or less general way In the early days of insurance in the United States.
Most insurers authorized to do business in the United States and its territories are required to prepare statutory financial statements in accordance with statutory accounting principles (SAP).
Statutory Accounting Principles (SAP) are detailed within the NAIC Accounting Practices and Procedures Manual (AP&P Manual). However, the AP&P Manual does not preempt state legislative and regulatory authority, therefore state. More insurance trends and insights.
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