Section 27-28-1Plan for exchange of stock, etc., between domestic stock insurer and holding company - Authority.
A domestic stock insurance company, hereinafter referred to in this chapter as "domestic company," may cause a corporation to be organized under the laws of this state or any other state of the United States of America to act as a holding company, hereinafter referred to in this chapter as "holding company," which may, or may not, be an insurance corporation, and the domestic company and holding company may adopt a plan for an exchange of stock or other securities in which stockholders of the domestic company exchange their stock for shares of stock or other securities issued by the holding company pursuant to the provisions of Section 27-28-2. Such plan of exchange may provide for a direct exchange of stock or other securities between the stockholders of the domestic company and the holding company or may include provision for the merger of a wholly owned subsidiary of the holding company into the domestic company, in which stockholders of the domestic company receive shares of voting stock of the holding company in exchange for shares of stock of the domestic company and the holding company owns thereafter all of the outstanding stock of the domestic company.
(Acts 1971, No. 1449, p. 2472.)