Alaska Statutes.
Title 21. Insurance
Chapter 76. Joint Insurance Arrangements
Section 80. Joint Insurance Fund.
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AS 21.76.080. Joint Insurance Fund.

(a) A joint insurance arrangement shall establish a joint insurance fund. The fund consists of money

(1) contributed by members of the joint insurance arrangement through budgetary appropriations or transfers from a self-insurance reserve;

(2) contributed by officers and employees of members of the joint insurance arrangement under an employee benefit plan; and

(3) collected by the joint insurance arrangement through subrogation of a claim paid from the fund to a member of the arrangement.

(b) An expenditure may be made from a joint insurance fund only to

(1) pay claims, losses, or benefits, including interest on them, and the administrative and adjustment expenses incurred in connection with them, involving the types of protection for which the fund provides coverage as specified in the joint insurance agreement;

(2) pay contractual obligations of a joint insurance fund established by a municipal joint insurance arrangement to the Alaska Municipal Bond Bank Authority or other lender; and

(3) purchase insurance coverage for members of a municipal joint insurance arrangement on a group basis.

(c) The administrator shall keep the fund separate from other funds of a member of a joint insurance arrangement.

(d) For each type of protection offered by the joint insurance arrangement, the method of accounting must show the order, source, date, and amount of each payment from the fund.

(e) Within 150 days of the end of the fiscal year, the administrator shall furnish a detailed report of the operation and condition of the fund to the board of directors and the director of the division of insurance.

(f) Money held by a fund as reserves and money not needed for daily operations may be invested by the board of directors.

(g) A fund may not be terminated unless the administrator certifies that an amount of money sufficient to pay accrued and contingent expenditures has been placed in a fully collateralized escrow account.

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