Ins. Code Section 443.104
Termination of Rehabilitation
(a)When the rehabilitator believes further attempts to rehabilitate an insurer would substantially increase the risk of loss to creditors, policyholders, or the public or would be futile, the rehabilitator may move for an order of liquidation. In accordance with Section 443.105, the rehabilitator or the rehabilitator’s designated representative shall coordinate with the guaranty associations that may become liable as a result of the liquidation and any national association of guaranty associations to plan for transition to liquidation.
(b)Because the protection of the interests of insureds, claimants, and the public requires the timely performance of all insurance policy obligations, if the payment of policy obligations is suspended in substantial part for a period of six months at any time after the appointment of the rehabilitator and the rehabilitator has not filed an application for approval of a plan under Section 443.103, the rehabilitator shall petition the receivership court for an order of liquidation.
(c)The rehabilitator or the directors of the insurer may at any time petition the receivership court for, or the receivership court on its own motion may enter, an order terminating rehabilitation of an insurer. Subject to the provisions of Section 443.351, if the receivership court finds that rehabilitation has been accomplished and that grounds for rehabilitation under Section 443.057 no longer exist, it shall order that the insurer be restored to title and possession of its property and the control of the business.
Section 443.104 — Termination of Rehabilitation,
https://statutes.capitol.texas.gov/Docs/IN/htm/IN.443.htm#443.104 (accessed Dec. 2, 2023).