N.J.S.A 17:46B-23. Statutory premium reserve

17:46B-23. Statutory premium reserve

The statutory premium reserve of a title insurance company may be held as cash on hand or on deposit in banks, or shall be invested only in those classes of investments authorized by subsections a. through f., i., j., k., m., n. and o. , of section 21 of this act, except that not more than 25% of such reserve may be invested in preferred or guaranteed stock or shares of any solvent corporation or business trust, incorporated or existing under the laws of the United States, or of any state, district or territory thereof, whose net earnings available for its fixed charges during each of the 2 years next preceding the date of such investment have been, and during the 5 years next preceding such date shall have averaged, not less than one and one-half times the sum of its average annual fixed charges, if any, as such fixed charges are defined in subsection d. of section 21 of this act and its average annual preferred dividend requirementS.For the purpose of this section such computation shall refer to the calendar or other fiscal year or years of such solvent corporation and the term “preferred dividend requirements” shall include cumulative and noncumulative dividends.

L.1975, C.106, s.23, eff. May 29, 1975.


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