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Pennsylvania Statutes Title 40 P.S. Insurance § 991.2441. Investments

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(a) General rule.--A society shall invest its funds only in investments authorized by the laws of this Commonwealth for the investment of assets of life insurers and subject to the limitations thereon.  Any foreign or alien society permitted or seeking to do business in this Commonwealth which invests its funds in accordance with the laws of the state, district, territory, country or province in which it is incorporated shall be held to meet the requirements of this section for the investment of funds.

(b) Real estate.--In addition to the investment of assets as prescribed in this section or any other laws of this Commonwealth, a fraternal benefit society may purchase, receive, hold and convey real estate or any interest therein for the purpose of maintenance or construction of camps or recreational areas with necessary facilities for all its members.  These assets shall be shown on the annual statement at cost in the year acquired and may not exceed 5% of other admitted assets of the society.

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