This is a sample of data you can expect to find within the Notes section.
Surplus lines may be used only when full amount or kind of insurance
cannot be obtained from admitted insurers. They may not be used to
secure a better rate. The broker's annual statement is subject to
audit. The broker must file a certificate affirming that insurer's
capitalization meets Hawaii's minimum capitalization requirements under
H.R.S. Sec. 431:8-302. All insurance contracts must be initialed by or
bear the name of the surplus lines broker and be stamped as follows:
This insurance contract is issued by
an insurer which is not licensed by the State of Hawaii and is not
subject to its regulation or examination. If the insurer is found
insolvent, claims under this contract are not covered by any guaranty
fund of the State of Hawaii.
Hawaii does not have a surplus lines stamping office.