17:45-21. Chapter inapplicable to certain associations
The provisions of chapter forty-five of Title 17 of the Revised Statutes shall not apply to any mutual benefit association incorporated under the laws of this State, which admits to membership only persons living in this State, which limits death benefits to two hundred and fifty dollars ($250.00), which has and maintains assets of a market value in an amount equal to the reserve required by the standard industrial table of mortality, with interest at the rate of three and one-half per centum (3 1/2 %) per annum, calculated according to the modified preliminary term method for valuation of industrial life insurance policies, on all certificates in force contracting to pay death benefits, and which association shall have additional assets of a market value equal to the total amount of disability benefits paid to members during the last preceding calendar year; provided, that every such association shall have assets of a market value, in the opinion of the Commissioner of Banking and Insurance of this State, of not less than two hundred and fifty thousand dollars ($250,000.00); provided, further, that every such association shall annually, on or before the first day of March, file with the Department of Banking and Insurance of this State, a statement, subscribed and sworn to by its president and secretary, showing the market value of its assets and the amount of disability benefits paid to its members during the last preceding calendar year, together with a certified statement by a competent actuary of reserve required by the standard industrial table of mortality, computed as above set forth.
L.1938, C.60, p. 165, s.1.
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