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62I.07 MEMBERSHIP ASSESSMENTS.

Subdivision 1.General assessment.

Each member of the association that is authorized to write property and casualty insurance in the state shall participate in its losses and expenses in the proportion that the direct written premiums of the member on the kinds of insurance in that account bears to the total aggregate direct written premiums written in this state by all members on the kinds of insurance in that account. The members' participation in the association shall be determined annually on the direct written premiums written during the preceding calendar year as reported on the annual statements and other reports filed by the member with the commissioner. Direct written premiums mean that amount at page 15, column (2), lines 5.2, 8, 9, 17, 21.2, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, and 27 of the annual statement filed annually with the Department of Commerce under section 60A.13.

Subd. 2.Personal injury liability insurance assessment; liquor liability.

A member of the association shall participate in its writings, expenses, servicing allowance, management fees, and losses in the proportion that the net direct premiums of the member, excluding that portion of premiums attributable to the operation of the association, written during the preceding calendar year on the kinds of insurance in that account bears to the aggregate net direct premiums written in this state by all members on the kinds of insurance in that account. The member's participation in the association shall be determined annually on the basis of net direct premiums written during the preceding calendar year, as reported in the annual statements and other reports filed by the member with the commissioner. Net direct premiums mean gross direct premiums written on personal injury liability insurance, including the liability component of multiple peril package policies as computed by the commissioner, less return premiums for the unused or unabsorbed portions of premium deposits. The net direct premiums are calculated using lines 5.2 CMP, and 17-other liability from page 14, column (2) of the annual statement filed annually with the Department of Commerce pursuant to section 60A.13.

Subd. 3.Personal injury liability insurance assessment; medical malpractice.

If an assessment is needed for medical malpractice, the assessment is made using the following lines from page 14, column (2) of the annual statement filed annually with the Department of Commerce pursuant to section 60A.13 using the following lines: 5.2 commercial multiperil liability, 11 medical malpractice, 17-other liability, 19.1 PIP-private passenger, 19.3 PIP-commercial.

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