§23-2C-3a. Employers' mutual insurance company - additional provisions enacted in November 2005.
(a) Notwithstanding any other provisions of this article to the contrary, the employers' mutual insurance company:

(1) May not be dissolved.

(2) May not transact such other kinds of property and casualty insurance for which the company is otherwise qualified under the provisions of this code prior to the first day of January, two thousand nine.

(b) As soon as practical following the effective date of this section, the company established pursuant to the provisions of this article shall, through a vote of a majority of its provisional board, file its amended articles of incorporation and amended bylaws with the Insurance Commissioner and apply for a license with the Insurance Commissioner to transact insurance in this state. Notwithstanding any other provision of this code, the Insurance Commissioner shall act on the documents within fifteen days of the filing by the company.

(c) Notwithstanding any provision of subsection (g), section three of this article to the contrary, in the event the Governor certifies to the Legislature that revenue bonds issued pursuant to article two-d of this chapter have been retired and that the unfunded liability of the Old Fund has been paid or has been provided for in its entirety, whichever occurs last, then:

(1) The premiums surcharge imposed by subdivision (2), subsection (f), section three of this article shall not sunset and shall continue to be remitted in accordance with the provisions of said subsection; and

(2) The premiums surcharge imposed by subdivision (3), subsection (f), section three of this article shall sunset and not be collectible with respect to workers' compensation insurance premiums paid when the policy is renewed on or after the first day of the month following the month in which the Governor makes the certification.

(d) Except as may otherwise be provided in this subsection, all provisions of section three of this article shall remain in full force and effect.