17:17-3. Purposes permitted
A company may be formed:
a. For the purposes specified in any or all of the paragraphs of section 17:17-1 of this Title except paragraph "c" ; or
b. For the purposes specified in paragraph "c" and for the purpose of making insurances against bodily injury or death by accident as specified in paragraph "d" of said section 17:17-1.
In addition, a company authorized to do the business specified in paragraph "c" and insure against bodily injury or death by accident as specified in paragraph "d" may reinsure the legal liability of an airline arising out of the death or injury of any person resulting from an airline accident and may undertake to pay the ceding insurer stipulated amounts in the event of the death or injury of any person whether or not such undertaking is directly related to the liability of the ceding insurer or is subject to aggregate or other limitations.
Any reinsurance authorized by this section or any reinsurance of blanket accident insurance referred to in section 4 of P.L.1939, chapter 305 (C. 17:38-17) may be provided through pooling arrangements with other insurers for purposes of spreading the reinsurance risk, provided such arrangements have been approved in writing by the commissioner of insurance upon findings that the arrangements do not impair the protection of policyholders of the ceding and assuming reinsurers and do not substantially restrain competition in the business of insurance or reinsurance or create a monopoly therein.
Amended by L.1938, c. 289, p. 621, s. 2; L.1945, c. 224, p. 729, s. 2; L.1970, c. 47, s. 3, eff. May 8, 1970.
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