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31 Pa. Code § 118a.6. Exemptions.

§ 118a.6. Exemptions.

 (a)  A domestic insurer may annually submit a written request to the Commissioner for approval of an exemption from the requirement to file a statement of actuarial opinion in the manner set forth by the property and casualty annual statement instructions prescribed by the NAIC.

 (b)  A foreign insurer exempted from filing a statement of actuarial opinion by the chief insurance regulatory official in its domiciliary jurisdiction is exempt from filing a statement of actuarial opinion under this chapter if the foreign insurer files a copy of the approved exemption with the Commissioner in accordance with the property and casualty annual statement instructions prescribed by the NAIC.

Cross References

   This section cited in 31 Pa. Code §  118a.3 (relating to statement of actuarial opinion and supporting documentation).



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