29.0321 Maximum single risk.

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The maximum single risk which may be assumed by any insurer, after deduction of any reinsurance taking effect simultaneously with the policy, shall be 10% of the paid-in capital and surplus of the insurer; provided, however, that a corporate insurer may assume any net single risk in excess of 10% of its capital and surplus if it deposits with the Commissioner, prior to the assumption of the risk, a collateral agreement and collateral security, both of which shall be subject to approval by the Commissioner, in an amount not less than that proportion in excess of the foregoing limitation.

History: 1974, PL 13-58 § 1.