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Indiana Code Title 27. Insurance § 27-1-29.1-7

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Sec. 7. (a) The political subdivision catastrophic liability fund is established for the purpose of:

(1) paying a part of certain liabilities of members of the fund under this chapter;

(2) receiving assessments paid by fund members to replenish the fund and to pay the principal of the interest on bonds or notes issued by the commission under IC 27-1-29-17(b)(1);  and

(3) receiving money from any other source.

(b) The fund shall be administered by the commission, using the powers granted in IC 27-1-29-7, as modified by this chapter.

(c) The expenses of administering the fund shall be paid from money in the fund.

(d) All money received by the commission under this chapter, whether as assessments, proceeds from the sale of bonds, or revenues, are trust funds, to be held and applied solely as provided in this chapter.  Current operating funds shall be kept in depositories selected by the commission.  The commission shall deposit with the treasurer of state the money in the fund not currently needed to meet the obligations of the fund, and the treasurer of state shall invest such money for the commission in accordance with the provisions of any resolution or trust agreement that the commission may adopt or enter into under this chapter or IC 27-1-29.  Interest that accrues from these investments shall be credited to the commission and to the fund.

(e) Money in the fund at the end of a fiscal year does not revert to the state general fund.

Cite this article: - Indiana Code Title 27. Insurance § 27-1-29.1-7 - last updated June 08, 2021 |

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