6(1)The arrangements must be such as to secure that the fund manager of a member’s special reserve fund—E+W+S+N.I.
(a)shall determine in the prescribed manner the value of the fund as at the end of the year 1994 and each subsequent underwriting year; and
(b)shall report the value so determined to the member;
and the report shall also state such other matters as may be prescribed.
(2)If the value [F1(determined under sub-paragraph (1) above) of the fund as at the end] of any underwriting year exceeds 50 per cent. of—
[F2(a)the higher of—
(i)the member’s overall premium limit for that year, and
(ii)his overall premium limit for the immediately preceding year; or]
(b)where he did not accept premiums in [F3either of those years], his overall premium limit for the last underwriting year in which he did so,
there shall be made to the member or his personal representatives or assigns, out of his special reserve fund, payments the amount of which is equal in the aggregate to the excess.
(3)The payments required by sub-paragraph (2) above shall be made before the end of such period as may be prescribed.
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