The procedures below are intended to make information accessible to the prospective purchasers of insurance companies and insurance company assets, including books of business and real and/or personal property
How do I request information?
Any person or party that has a signed confidentiality agreement on file with the Receiver can make a due diligence request for company records. The request should specify the information wanted from the Receiver. The requested information will be provided in a reasonable period of time under normal conditions and in accordance with applicable law.
Due diligence requests should be mailed or
faxed to the Receiver using the below contact information:
Florida Department of Financial Services
Division of Rehabilitation and Liquidation
2020 Capital Circle SE, Ste 310
Tallahassee, Florida 32301
FAX Number: 850-413-3992
or you may submit your request by utilizing the Contact Us form within this website by clicking here.
Can I view documents at the Division of Rehabilitation and Liquidation offices?
Yes, in lieu of copied information being mailed or picked up, it may be inspected by any person desiring to do so, at any reasonable time, under reasonable conditions, at a Division of Rehabilitation and Liquidation office. Requests should follow the procedure outlined above and allow a reasonable amount of time for compilation of the requested information. Appointments need to be made prior to arrival for inspection of requested information.