Subdivision 1. Authorization.
The commissioner may, when the commissioner considers it
reasonably necessary to protect the interests of the public, examine the business and affairs of a
licensee or applicant for a license. The commissioner may order a licensee or applicant to produce
records, books, files, or other information reasonably necessary to determine whether or not the
licensee or applicant is acting or has acted in violation of the law or otherwise contrary to the
interests of the public. The licensee or applicant shall pay the expenses incurred in conducting
Subd. 2. Private data.
Names and individual identification data for all viators is private and
confidential information and must not be disclosed by the commissioner, unless required by law.
Subd. 3. Records.
The licensee shall maintain records of all transactions of viatical
settlement contracts and shall make them available to the commissioner for inspection during
reasonable business hours.
History: 1995 c 151 s 9