Idaho Statutes

41-2921.  Subscribers’ liability. (1) The liability of each subscriber, other than as to a nonassessable policy, for the obligations of the reciprocal insurer shall be an individual, several and proportionate liability, and not joint. When all participants in a reciprocal insurer are political subdivisions of the state of Idaho, no liability shall attach to individual subscribers which is not consistent with constitutional or statutory limitations thereon.
(2)  Except as to a nonassessable policy, each subscriber shall have a contingent assessment liability, in the amount provided for in the power of attorney or in the subscribers’ agreement, for payment of actual losses and expenses incurred while his policy was in force. Such contingent liability may be at the rate of not less than one (1) nor more than ten (10) times the premium or premium deposit stated in the policy, and the maximum aggregate thereof shall be computed in the manner set forth in section 41-2925 of this chapter.
(3)  Each assessable policy issued by the insurer shall contain a statement of the contingent liability, set in type of the same prominence as the insuring clause.

[41-2921, added 1961, ch. 330, sec. 648, p. 645; am. 1996, ch. 245, sec. 8, p. 779.]

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