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The 192nd General Court of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts

Section 29B: Taxation of reciprocal or inter-insurance exchange agents

Section 29B. Every attorney in fact of a reciprocal or inter-insurance exchange defined in section ninety-four A of chapter one hundred and seventy-five and authorized to transact business in the commonwealth under the provisions of sections ninety-four A to ninety-four M, inclusive, of said chapter, shall be subject to the provisions of sections twenty-two to twenty-nine, inclusive, and section twelve of chapter sixty-two C unless said provisions and their context clearly show that said provisions were not intended to apply to the plan and method of exchanging reciprocal or inter-insurance contracts; provided, that the word ''premiums'' in section twenty-two and section twenty-three shall, with respect to reciprocal or inter-insurance exchanges, mean ''premium deposits''; and provided, further, that in section twenty-four, the word ''premiums'', shall be construed to mean, when applied to reciprocal or inter-insurance exchanges, premium deposits credited or returned to subscribers.