Connecticut General Statutes as amended to January 1, 2019
Revocation of certificate of approval.
Sec. 38a-1020. Revocation of certificate of approval. (a) After notice and opportunity for a hearing, the commissioner may revoke a groupâ€™s certificate of approval if it: (1) Is found to be insolvent; (2) fails to pay any premium tax, regulatory fee or assessment or special fund contribution imposed upon it; or (3) fails to comply with any of the provisions of subsection (e) of section 31-288, 31-289b, 31-316, 31-345 or 38a-1000 to 38a-1023, inclusive, with any rules adopted pursuant to said sections, or with any lawful order of the commissioner within the time prescribed.
(b) In addition, the commissioner may revoke a groupâ€™s certificate of approval if, after notice and opportunity for hearing, the commissioner finds that: (1) Any certificate of approval that was issued to the group was obtained by fraud; (2) there was a material misrepresentation in the application for the certificate of approval; or (3) the group or its administrator has misappropriated, converted, illegally withheld or refused to pay over upon proper demand any moneys that belong to a member, an employee of a member, or a person otherwise entitled thereto and that have been entrusted to the group or its administrator in its fiduciary capacities.
(P.A. 96-267, S. 21.)