California Code, Insurance Code - INS § 10089.14
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(a) The authority shall not issue any earthquake policy and no insurer shall transfer any earthquake risk to the authority until all of the following conditions have been met:
(1) The Internal Revenue Service has determined that the authority will be or is exempt from federal income tax.
(2) Insurers whose cumulative residential property insurance market share is more than 70 percent of the total residential property insurance market in California, measured as of January 1, 1995, have filed letters of intent, with binding contractual obligation, to participate in the authority.
(3) The authority has obtained letters of intent, with binding contractual obligation, for capital contributions in the amounts set forth in Section 10089.15.
(4) The authority has obtained appropriate risk transfer ability in the form of firm reinsurance commitments in an aggregate amount of not less than 200 percent of the total capital contributions committed by all participating insurers.
(b) Except as permitted by subdivision (e) of Section 10089.15 and subdivision (b) of Section 10089.16, insurers shall not be entitled to transfer any earthquake risk to the authority until they have met the capital contribution requirements set forth in Section 10089.15, and no insurer shall be entitled to transfer any earthquake risk to the authority pursuant to Section 10089.27 unless the insurer has signed a contract to participate in the authority, is in compliance with the capital contribution requirements set forth in Section 10089.15, and has complied with any related requirements set by the board.
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