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commutation agreement

A commutation agreement is an agreement between a ceding insurer and the reinsurer that provides for the valuation, payment, and complete discharge of all obligations between the parties under a particular reinsurance contract.

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It is used if an insurer is withdrawing from underwriting a class of business.

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