Retrocession

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RETROCESSION, civil law. When the assignee of heritable rights conveys his rights back to the cedent, it is called a retrocession. Erskine, Prin. B. 3, t. 5, n. 1; Dict. do Jur. h.t.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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* Can retrocede to nonadmitted reinsurers, including related company entities
And, in the case of a reinsurer, it could take action such as building the event into the premium structure or making a decision to retrocede business, according to Wilcox.
El autor, experto conocedor de las relaciones entre la Iglesia y el Estado espanoles en la epoca contemporanea, retrocede a la Espana Moderna y presenta un estudio de la politica religiosa del monarca, marcada especialmente por la expulsion de los jesuitas y por su exagerado regalismo.
A typical fronting arrangement will operate as follows: (i) the captive's parent pays a premium to the fronting insurer; (ii) the fronting insurer issues a policy to the parent; (iii) the fronting insurer cedes the balance of the remaining premiums back to the captive; and (iv) the captive may retrocede a portion of the risk to a reinsurer.
Lo studio ha il merito di affrontare un argomento dei piu inafferrabili ma che marchera poi capillarmente le esperienze letterarie novecentesche; Giusti dunque, con una larga inchiesta, retrocede per interrogarne i prodromi, intesi o travisati, accolti o respinti.
Fortress was described as a "reinsurance underwriting manager." Pursuant to substantially similar separate management agreements concluded between Fortress and each of the taxpayers, Fortress was authorized to act as agent of each company to underwrite, retrocede and manage reinsurance on each company's behalf in the U.S.