Idaho Statutes
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TITLE 41
INSURANCE
CHAPTER 7
INVESTMENTS
41-702.  Eligible investments. (1) Insurers shall invest in or lend their funds on the security of, and shall hold as invested assets, only cash and eligible investments as prescribed in this chapter.
(2)  Any particular investment held by an insurer on the effective date of this code, and which was a legal investment at the time it was made, and which the insurer was legally entitled to possess immediately prior to such effective date, shall be deemed to be an eligible investment.
(3)  Eligibility of an investment shall be determined as of the date of its making or acquisition, except as stated in subsection (2) above.
(4)  Any investment limitation based upon the amount of the insurer’s assets or particular funds shall relate to such assets or funds as shown by the insurer’s annual statement as of the December 31 next preceding date of making or acquisition of the investment by the insurer, or as shown by a current financial statement.

History:
[41-702, added 1961, ch. 330, sec. 139, p. 645.]


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