Nevada Insurance
Sec. § 682A.530
Tangible personal property under lease or other agreement.


Subject to the limitations of NRS 682A.512, 682A.514 and 682A.516, an insurer may acquire tangible personal property or equity interests therein located or used wholly or in part within a domestic jurisdiction either directly or indirectly through limited partnership interests and general partnership interests not otherwise prohibited by paragraph (d) of subsection 1 of NRS 682A.380, joint ventures, stock of an investment subsidiary or membership interests in a limited-liability company, trust certificates or other similar instruments.


Investments acquired as described in subsection 1 are eligible only if:


The property is subject to a lease or other agreement with a person whose rated credit instruments in the amount of the purchase price of the personal property the insurer could acquire in accordance with the provisions of NRS 682A.518; and


The lease or other agreement provides the insurer the right to receive rental, purchase or other fixed payments for the use or purchase of the property, and the aggregate value of the payments, together with the estimated residual value of the property at the end of its useful life and the estimated tax benefits to the insurer resulting from ownership of the property, must be adequate to return the cost of the insurer’s investment in the property, plus a return deemed adequate by the insurer.
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