§33-3A-8. Authority of commissioner.
Whenever it appears to the commissioner from any annual or quarterly statement or trusteed surplus statement or any other report that a U.S. branch's trusteed surplus is reduced below minimum capital and surplus, or the authorized control level risk based capital, whichever is greater, required to be maintained by a domestic insurer licensed to transact the same kinds of insurance, the commissioner may proceed against the insurer pursuant to the provisions of sections ten and eleven of article three of this chapter, and treat the insurer as one whose condition is such that its further transaction of business in the United States will be hazardous to its policyholders, its creditors or the public in the United States.