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[73 Stat. 138]
[73 Stat. 138]
PUBLIC LAW 86-000—MMMM. DD, 1959

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PUBLIC LAW 86-69-JUNE 25, 1969

[78 S T A T.

"(c) SPECIAL RULES.—Under regulations prescribed by the Secretary or his delegate, in applying subsection (a)(1) with respect to any insurance or annuity policy the following rules shall (to the extent not improper under the terms of the modified coinsurance contract under which such policy is reinsured) be applied in respect of the amount of such policy reinsured: " (1) PREMIUMS AND GROSS INVESTMENT INCOME.—The premiums

(to the extent allocable to the participation of the reinsurer therein) received for the policy reinsured shall be treated as received by the reinsurer and not by the reinsured. The gross investment income (to the extent allocable to the participation of the reinsurer therein) derived from the assets in relation to the reserve on the policy reinsured shall be treated as gross investment income of the reinsurer and not of the reinsured. The gross investment income so treated shall be considered as derived proportionately from each of the various sources of gross investment income of the reinsured. "(2) CAPITAL GAINS AND LOSSES.—The gains and losses from sales and exchanges of capital assets, and gains and losses considered as gains and losses from sales and exchanges of capital assets, of the reinsured shall (to the extent of the participation therein by the reinsurer under the terms of the modified coinsurance contract) be treated as gains and losses from sales and exchanges of capital assets of the reinsurer and not of the reinsured. " (3) RESERVES AND ASSETS.—The reserve on the policy reinsured shall be treated as a part of the reserves of the reinsurer and not of the reinsured, and the assets in relation to such reserve shall be treated as owned by the reinsurer and not by the reinsured. "(4) EXPENSES.—The expenses (to the extent reimbursable by the reinsurer) incurred with respect to the policy reinsured and with respect to the assets referred to in paragraph (3) shall be treated as incurred by the reinsurer and not by the reinsured. "(5) DIVIDENDS TO POLICYHOLDERS.—The dividends to policyholders paid in respect of the policy reinsured shall be treated as paid by the reinsurer and not by the reinsured. For purposes of the preceding sentence, the amount of dividends to policyholders treated as paid by the reinsurer shall be the amount paid, in respect of the policy reinsured, by the reinsurer to the reinsured as reimbursement for dividends to policyholders paid by the reinsured. This paragraph shall apply also in respect of an insurance or annuity policy reinsured under a conventional coinsurance contract. " (6) REIMBURSEMENT FOR IQBT FEDERAL INCOME TAX.—Any

amount paid in 1958 or any subsequent year by the reinsurer to the reinsured as reimbursement for Federal income taxes imposed for a taxable year beginning in 1957 or any preceding taxable year shall not be taken into account by the reinsured as an item under section 809(c) or by the reinsurer as a deduction under section 809(d). "(7) RULES PRESCRIBED BY THE SECRETARY.—Such other rules as may be prescribed by the Secretary or his delegate. In applying the rules provided by paragraphs (1), (2), (3), (4), (5), and (6) and the rules prescribed under paragraph (7), an item shall be taken into account as income only once under subpart B and only once under subpart C by both the reinsured and the reinsurer, and an item shall be allowed as a deduction only once under subpart B and only once under subpart C to both the reinsured and the reinsurer."