N.J.S.A 17:30E-4. New Jersey automobile full insurance underwriting association; cessation of business in state by insurer

17:30E-4. New Jersey automobile full insurance underwriting association; cessation of business in state by insurer

There is created in the State of New Jersey an unincorporated, nonprofit association to be known as the New Jersey Automobile Full Insurance Underwriting Association, consisting of all insurers licensed to transact automobile insurance in this State, with its headquarters located in a place within the State of New Jersey, to be determined by the board of directors, with the approval of the commissioner. Every such insurer shall be a member of the association and shall be bound by the association’s plan of operation as conditions of authority to transact automobile insurance in this State. Any insurer which has ceased to transact automobile insurance in this State shall nevertheless remain liable for income, as provided in the plan of operation, with respect to business transacted prior to the effective date of its cessation of business in the State, and the commissioner may require such an insurer to deposit with the association an amount sufficient to meet such insurer’s obligations.

L.1983, C.65, s.16, eff. Jan. 1, 1983, operative Jan. 1, 1984.

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