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Hearings and reports on defined violations and determined violations
Insurance (ISC) CHAPTER 28, ARTICLE 24
§ 2405. Hearings and reports on defined violations and determined
violations. (a) Whenever the superintendent has reason to believe that a
person has committed or is committing a defined violation or has been
engaged in or is engaging in any method of competition, or any act or
practice, which could become a determined violation and that a
proceeding thereon would be in the interest of the public, he shall
serve upon the person in the manner provided by section three hundred
three of this chapter, a statement of the charges and notice of a
hearing to be held at a time not less than ten days after the date of
service of the notice and at the place fixed in the notice.

(b) The person shall have an opportunity at the hearing to be heard
personally or by counsel, and, in the case of a defined violation, to
show cause why an order should not be made by the superintendent
requiring the person to cease and desist from the charged defined
violation. Upon good cause shown, the superintendent shall permit anyone
to intervene, appear and be heard at the hearing personally or by

(c) After the hearing, the superintendent shall make a written report
containing his findings, and shall serve a copy of the report upon the
person and any intervenor.