A-32.1 - Insurers Act

Full text
481. The costs that must be incurred by the Authority for the administration of this Act are to be borne by the authorized insurers; they are determined annually by the Government based on the forecasts provided to it by the Authority.
Such costs, for each insurer, correspond to the sum of the minimum contribution set by the Government and the proportion of those costs corresponding to the proportion that the insurer’s total direct premium income for the preceding year in Québec is of the aggregate of the similar income of all the insurers for the same period.
The difference noted between the forecast of the costs that must be incurred for the administration of this Act for a year and those actually incurred for the same year must be carried over to similar costs determined by the Government for the year after the difference is noted.
The certificate of the Authority must definitively establish the amount payable by each insurer under this section.
2018, c. 23, s. 32018, c. 23, s. 3.
In force: 2019-06-13
481. The costs that must be incurred by the Authority for the administration of this Act are to be borne by the authorized insurers; they are determined annually by the Government based on the forecasts provided to it by the Authority.
Such costs, for each insurer, correspond to the sum of the minimum contribution set by the Government and the proportion of those costs corresponding to the proportion that the insurer’s total direct premium income for the preceding year in Québec is of the aggregate of the similar income of all the insurers for the same period.
The difference noted between the forecast of the costs that must be incurred for the administration of this Act for a year and those actually incurred for the same year must be carried over to similar costs determined by the Government for the year after the difference is noted.
The certificate of the Authority must definitively establish the amount payable by each insurer under this section.
2018, c. 23, s. 32018, c. 23, s. 3.