Ins. Code Section 441.201
(a)Hearings and orders, notices, correspondence, reports, records, and other information in the department’s possession relating to the supervision or conservatorship of an insurer are confidential during the supervision or conservatorship. On termination of the supervision or conservatorship, the information in the department’s custody that relates to the supervision or conservatorship is public information.
(b)This section does not prohibit access by the department to hearings or orders, notices, correspondence, reports, records, or other information.
(c)The provisions of Chapter 2001 (Administrative Procedure), Government Code, relating to discovery apply to the parties of record in a proceeding under this chapter.
(d)The commissioner may open a proceeding under this chapter or disclose information that is confidential under this section to a department, agency, or instrumentality of this state, another state, or the United States if the commissioner determines that opening the proceeding or disclosing the information is necessary or proper to enforce the laws of this state, another state, or the United States.
(e)An officer or employee of the department is not liable for a release of information that is confidential under this section unless it is shown that the release was accomplished with actual malice.
(f)This section does not apply to information:
(1)if the insurer’s insureds are not protected by Chapter 462 (Texas Property and Casualty Insurance Guaranty Association), 463 (Texas Life and Health Insurance Guaranty Association), or 2602 (Texas Title Insurance Guaranty Association), or substantially similar statutes; or
(2)on the appointment by a court of a receiver for the insurer.
(g)Notwithstanding Subsection (a), if the commissioner places a title insurance agent licensed under Title 11 or an insurance agent licensed under Title 13 under supervision or in conservatorship, the commissioner shall provide written notice of the order of supervision or conservatorship to each insurer for which the agent holds an appointment under Subchapter A, Chapter 2651 (Title Insurance Agents and Direct Operations), or Subchapter E, Chapter 4001 (Agent Licensing in General), or other applicable law, on the date the supervisor or conservator is appointed.
Section 441.201 — Confidentiality,
https://statutes.capitol.texas.gov/Docs/IN/htm/IN.441.htm#441.201 (accessed Nov. 25, 2023).