New Jersey Statutes Title 17. Corporations and Institutions for Finance and Insurance 17 § 37A-21

The commissioner, on or before April 1, shall ascertain and determine the net value of the fund as of the next preceding December 31.  The net value of the fund shall be determined by deducting from the value of the assets of the fund, the aggregate, actual, and estimated liabilities of the fund as determined by the commissioner.  When the net value of the fund, as thus determined, reaches an amount equal to 5% of the premiums written on basic property insurance in this State in the most recent full calendar year, no further surcharge on said premiums and no further payments to said fund shall be made;  provided, however, that whenever, thereafter, the net value of said fund shall be reduced below the aforesaid amount, by reason of payments from and known and estimated liabilities of such fund, then such surcharge and payments to said fund shall be received in the manner provided in section 19 of this act,  1 and shall continue in such manner until said fund, over and above its sum and estimated liabilities, shall reach the aforesaid amount.

1 N.J.S.A. § 17:37A-19.

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