Insurance Coverages or Risks Eligible for Export by Insurance Commissioner
[30 Pa.B. 2692]
Under section 1604(2)(ii) of The Insurance Company Law of 1921 (40 P. S. § 991.1604(2)(ii)), the Insurance Commissioner hereby declares the following insurance coverages to be generally unavailable in the authorized market at the present, and thus exportable, and hereby adopts the following export list. Accordingly, for those insurance coverages which are included on the export list, a diligent search among insurers admitted to do business in this Commonwealth is not required before placement of the coverages in the surplus lines market.
Carnival ride owners/operators
Amusement parks and their devices
Auto racing and automobile race tracks
Golf courses and driving ranges
Midget autos and go-karts
Rodeos and horse shows
Balloon rides--hot air/gas
Recreational and sporting events
Guide, lodge or outfitters
Horseback/pony riding establishments
Special short term events
Skating rinks (roller and ice) and skate board parks
Ski resorts owners/operators liability
Vehicles maintaining or servicing aircraft
Fixed base operations
Excess passenger liability
Blood banks, blood and organ facilities
Chemical spray and/or drift
Day care centers liability, including sexual abuse coverage
Demolition contractors liability
Explosives, munitions or fireworks manufacturing/storage/sales
Flood insurance not provided under federal flood insurance
Kidnapping, ransom and extortion insurance
Law Enforcement Liability
Liability for employment related practices
Nuclear energy general liability
Products recall coverage
This list supersedes the list published at 29 Pa.B. 2735 (May 22, 1999), and shall remain in effect until superseded by a subsequent list as published in the Pennsylvania Bulletin.
Questions regarding the Export List may be directed to Cressinda E. Bybee, Office of Regulation of Companies, 1345 Strawberry Square, Harrisburg, PA 17120, (717) 783-2144, fax (717) 787-8557, E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. pa.us.
M. DIANE KOKEN,
[Pa.B. Doc. No. 00-912. Filed for public inspection May 26, 2000, 9:00 a.m.]
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