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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 14. Insurance
Title 14. Insurance
Agency 5. State Corporation Commission, Bureau of Insurance

Chapter 300.
Rules Governing Credit for Reinsurance
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Section 10
Section 20
Section 30
Applicability and scope
Section 40
Section 50
Section 60
Credit for reinsurance; reinsurer licensed in this Commonwealth
Section 70
Credit for reinsurance; accredited reinsurers
Section 80
Credit for reinsurance; reinsurer domiciled and licensed in another state, and neither licensed nor accredited in Virginia
Section 90
Credit for reinsurance; reinsurers maintaining trust funds
Section 95
Credit for reinsurance; certified reinsurers
Section 97
Credit for reinsurance; reciprocal jurisdictions
Section 100
Credit for reinsurance required by law
Section 110
Asset or reduction from liability for reinsurance ceded to an assuming insurer not meeting the requirements of 14VAC5-300-60 through 14VAC5-300-100
Section 120
Trust agreements qualified under 14VAC5-300-110 and subdivision 2 of § 38.2-1316.4 of the Act
Section 130
Letters of credit qualifying for § 38.2-1316.4 credit under 14VAC5-300-110
Section 140
Other security
Section 150
Reinsurance contract
Section 160
Contracts affected
Section 170
FORMS (14VAC5-300)

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