N.J.S.A 17:37A-18. New Jersey insurance development fund; purpose; administration

17:37A-18. New Jersey insurance development fund; purpose; administration

There is hereby created a fund to be known as the “New Jersey Insurance Development Fund,” for the purpose of providing a financial backup for the plan of operation of the association as approved or issued by the commissioner pursuant to this act. The fund shall be used to reimburse any insurer or the association established pursuant to this act for losses sustained in excess of the amount of retention of such losses as shall be provided for by the commissioner; except that in any given calendar year the total amount of all such reimbursement shall not exceed 5% of the insurance premiums written on basic property insurance in this State in the most recent full calendar year. The fund shall consist of all payments made to the fund by insurers as hereinafter provided, of securities acquired by and through the use of moneys belonging to the fund, moneys appropriated to the fund as provided in this act, together with interest and accretions earned upon such payments or investmentS.The fund shall be administered by the commissioner and the State Treasurer in accordance with the provisions of this act.

L.1968, C.129, s.18, eff. July 1, 1968. Amended by L.1977, C.185, s.1, eff. Aug. 22, 1977.

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