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Within 45 days following April 14, 1976, the directors of the association shall submit to the commissioner for review, a proposed plan of operation, consistent with the provisions of sections 62F.01 to 62F.14.
The plan of operation shall provide for economic, fair and nondiscriminatory administration and for prompt and efficient providing of medical malpractice insurance. It may contain other provisions, including but not limited to preliminary assessment of all members for initial expenses necessary to commence operations, establishment of necessary facilities, management of the association, assessment of members to defray losses and expenses, commission arrangements, reasonable and objective underwriting standards, acceptance and cession of reinsurance, appointment of servicing carriers or other servicing arrangements and procedures for determining amounts of insurance to be provided by the association.
The plan of operation shall be subject to approval by the commissioner after consultation with the members of the association, representatives of the public and other affected individuals and organizations. If the commissioner disapproves all or any part of the proposed plan of operation, the directors shall within 15 days submit for review an appropriate revised plan of operation or part thereof. If a revised plan is not submitted within 15 days, the commissioner shall promulgate a plan of operation or part thereof, as the case may be. The plan of operation approved or promulgated by the commissioner shall become effective and operational upon order of the commissioner.
Amendments to the plan of operation may be made by the commissioner or by the directors of the association, subject to the approval of the commissioner.
1976 c 242 s 6; 1986 c 444
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