(215 ILCS 5/179A-25)
Reach of creditors and other claimants.
(a) Protected cell assets are available only to
creditors of the protected cell company
who are creditors in
respect of that protected cell and entitled, in conformity
with the provisions of
this Article, to have recourse to the protected cell assets attributable to
that protected cell. Protected cell assets
shall be absolutely protected from the creditors of the protected cell
company who are not
creditors in respect
of that protected cell and who, accordingly, are not
recourse to the protected
cell assets attributable to that protected cell. Creditors with respect to a protected
cell shall not be entitled to
have recourse against the protected cell assets of other protected cells or the
assets of the
protected cell company's general account.
Protected cell assets are available only to creditors of a
protected cell company after all protected cell liabilities have been
extinguished or otherwise provided for in accordance with the plan of operation
relating to that protected cell.
(b) When an obligation of a protected cell company to a person arises from a
transaction, or is otherwise imposed, in
respect of a protected cell:
(1) that obligation of the protected cell company
(c) When an obligation of a protected cell company relates solely to the
obligation of the protected cell company shall extend only to, and that
creditor shall, in
respect of that
obligation, be entitled to have recourse only to, the assets of the protected
cell company's general
(d) The activities, assets, and obligations relating to a protected cell are not
subject to the provisions
of Article XXXIII1/2 (Illinois Life and Health Guaranty Association Law) or
Insurance Guaranty Fund), and neither a protected cell nor a protected cell
company shall be assessed by or
otherwise be required to
contribute to any guaranty fund or guaranty association in this State with
respect to the activities, assets, or obligations of a protected cell.
in this subsection
shall affect the activities or obligations of a company's general account.
(e) In no event shall the establishment of one or more protected cells alone
constitute or be deemed
to be a fraudulent conveyance, an intent by the protected cell company to
the carrying out
of business by the protected cell company for any other fraudulent purpose.
(Source: P.A. 91-278, eff. 7-23-99; 92-74, eff. 7-12-01.)