A domestic insurance company may invest in those assets, which are currently reported
in Schedule BA of its annual statement; provided, that those investments do not exceed
in the aggregate ten percent (10%) of the company's admitted assets. Those investments may include, but are not limited to, the following types of investments:
(1) All loans on or investments in oil and gas production payments;
(2) All transportation equipment;
(3) Timber deeds;
(4) Mineral rights carried as admitted assets;
(5) Motor vehicle trust certificates; and
(6) Any other class of admitted investment not clearly includible in other statement
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