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If the company to which the assets and liabilities of the corporation are transferred does not write premiums for two consecutive years that total less than 35 percent of all premiums written in the state for physicians' medical malpractice insurance or does not write premiums for one calendar year that total less than 20 percent of all premiums written in the state for physicians' medical malpractice insurance, the company may carry forward and offset against the company's premium tax liability to the state the amount by which the aggregate claims paid on reinsurance assumed under the transfer exceeds aggregate reserves on the same business established at the date of the transfer of the assets and liabilities of the corporation.
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