29.0208 Enforcement of orders.

Cite as [A.S.C.A. § 29.0208]

(a) If any person fails to comply with any provision of the insurance law or any order that has become final, or any action taken by the Commissioner, the Commissioner may apply for the enforcement of the order to the High Court of American Samoa. If the court determines that the order was made and served in accordance with this title and is not arbitrary, capricious, or unreasonable, and that the person has failed to comply therewith, the court shall enforce obedience to the order by writ of injunction or otherwise enjoin upon the person compliance with the order.

b) If the Commissioner has reason to believe that any person has violated the insurance law or other law applicable to insurance operations for which criminal prosecution is provided and in his opinion would be in order, he shall give the information relative thereto to the Attorney General, who shall promptly institute such action or proceedings against such person as the information requires or justifies.

History: 1974, PL 13-58 § 1.