322. Before requiring an asset to be appraised or appraising it himself in accordance with section 319, 320 or 321, the Inspector General shall notify the company in question of his intention and give it a reasonable opportunity to present observations. The Inspector General must do the same before assigning a different value from that proposed by the appraiser approved by him.
The Inspector General must give notice in writing to the company and to its auditor of any assignment or reduction of value pursuant to section 319, 320 or 321.
1987, c. 95, s. 322; 1997, c. 43, s. 774.