STATE OF NEW YORK
25 AGENCY BUILDING ONE
EMPIRE STATE PLAZA
ALBANY, NY 12257
|George E. Pataki
Circular Letter No. 15 (2005)
July 22, 2005
ALL PROPERTY/CASUALTY INSURANCE COMPANIES; CO-OPERATIVE PROPERTY/CASUALTY INSURANCE COMPANIES; RECIPROCAL INSURERS; FINANCIAL GUARANTY INSURANCE CORPORATIONS; AND NEW YORK MEDICAL MALPRACTICE INSURANCE PLAN
|RE:||PROPERTY/CASUALTY INSURANCE SECURITY FUND|
|STATUTORY REFERENCE: INSURANCE LAW SECTIONS 7603 AND 7606|
The first and second quarterly filings will be due on or before September 15, 2005; the third and fourth quarterly filings will be due on November 15, 2005 and February 15, 2006 respectively. The required report forms, additional information and instructions will follow both in hard copy and on the Departments website.
In view of issue date of this Circular Letter, the late payment provisions of Section 7614 will not be imposed on an insurer for the first and second quarterly filings, provided the insurer submits these filings by September 15, 2005.
During the fund year ending December 31, 2004, payments were made from the Property/Casualty Insurance Security Fund for various kinds of insurance as defined in Insurance Law Section 1113. Accordingly, contributions to the Property/Casualty Insurance Security Fund shall be continued on the basis of "net direct written premiums" on policies insuring property or risks located or resident in this state for each of the following Lines of Business as listed on Page 30 (New York Business) of the Annual Statement. "Net direct written premiums" equals column 1 minus column 3 on Page 30. The premiums and dividends in column 1 and 3 respectively shall be adjusted to account for premiums subject to contributions to the Public Motor Vehicle Liability Security Fund. The contributions shall be made on a quarterly basis by multiplying the factor listed by the 2005 quarterly net direct written premium to which it applies.
Pursuant to regulations of the Federal Crop Insurance Corporation (7 CFR Part 400, subpart L), Multiple Peril Crop Insurance premiums on policies reinsured by the Federal Crop Insurance Corporation under its Standard Reinsurance Agreement continue to be exempt from contribution.
Please acknowledge receipt of this letter and refer any questions to: