1. Assessments may from time to time be levied upon subscribers of a domestic reciprocal
insurer liable therefor under the terms of their policies by:
(a) The attorney upon approval in advance by the subscribers' advisory committee and
the Commissioner; or
(b) The Commissioner in liquidation of the insurer.
2. Each subscriber's share of a deficiency for which an assessment is made, but not
exceeding in any event the aggregate contingent liability of the subscriber as computed
in accordance with NRS 694B.220, shall be computed by applying to the premium earned on the subscriber's policy or
policies during the period to be covered by the assessment, the ratio of the total
deficiency to the total premiums earned during such period upon all policies subject
to the assessment.
3. In computing the earned premiums for the purposes of this section, the gross premium
received by the insurer for the policy shall be used as a base, deducting therefrom
solely charges not recurring upon the renewal or extension of the policy.
4. No subscriber shall have an offset against any assessment for which the subscriber
is liable, on account of any claim for unearned premium or losses payable.
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