N.J.S.A 17:48E-17.2. Special contingent surplus required for health service corporation

17:48E-17.2. Special contingent surplus required for health service corporation

8. Notwithstanding the provisions of section 5 of P.L.1988, C. 71 (C. 17:48E-17.1) or any other provision of law to the contrary, on or after December 31, 1996 or the date on which the commissioner deems that health service corporations have met the purpose of section 5 of P.L.1988, C. 71 (C. 17:48E-17.1) on its group and other activities, excluding individual business, whichever date is earlier, no health service corporation shall commence or continue to transact group business or other activities, excluding individual business, in this State unless its special contingent surplus for its group and other activities, excluding contingent surplus for individual contracts, meets the financial requirements set forth in sections 2 through 4 of P.L.1993, C. 235 (C. 17B:18-68 through C. 17B:18-70). For purposes of this section, “special contingent surplus” shall have the same meaning as surplus in applying the requirements set forth in sections 2 through 4 of P.L.1993, C. 235 (C. 17B:18-68 through C. 17B:18-70).

L.1993,C. 235,S.8.

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