Section 27-41-41

Only eligible investments to be counted as admitted assets; treatment of investments partially qualifying as eligible investments.

Except as expressly prohibited in Section 27-41-36, an insurer may make any investment without limit as to kind, time, or amount, but only eligible investments shall be included or counted as admitted assets of the insurer in the determination of its financial condition.

If part of an investment qualifies as an eligible investment under any provision of this act and part does not, then only the part of the investment so qualifying shall be counted as an admitted asset.

(Acts 1977, No. 408, p. 530, §37.)