The Australian Reinsurance Pool Corporation (“ARPC”) is established by section 9 of The Terrorism and Cyclone Insurance Act 2003 (Cth) (“TCI Act”). The functions and powers of ARPC are set out in sections 10 and 11 of the Act. ARPC’s main function is to provide insurance cover for eligible terrorism and cyclone losses and the ARPC has power to do all things necessary or convenient to be done for or in connection with the performance of that function. In the performance of that function, the ARPC will enter into discussions with insurers concerning the provision by the ARPC of reinsurance cover for eligible terrorism and cyclone losses. ARPC does not hold itself out as providing legal advice to insurers or the public in relation to the interpretation, construction, or application of the TCI Act and does not do so. ARPC provides general information on its website, in its publications and in the course of its dealings with insurers about the TCI Act, the regulations made pursuant to the TCI Act, and ARPC’s Reinsurance Agreements for Terrorism and Cyclone Risks. That information does not constitute legal advice. Insurers dealing with, or proposing to deal with, ARPC should obtain their own legal advice, if that is considered necessary, for the purpose of making decisions.