As used in this article, the following terms shall have the following meanings:
(1) CATASTROPHE SAVINGS ACCOUNT. A regular savings account or money market account established by an insurance policyholder who is a state income taxpayer for residential property in this state to cover an insurance deductible under an insurance policy for the taxpayer's legal residence property that covers hurricane, rising floodwaters, or other catastrophic windstorm event damage or by an individual to cover self-insured losses for the taxpayer's legal residence from a hurricane, rising floodwaters, or other catastrophic windstorm event. The account must be labeled as a catastrophe savings account in order to qualify as a catastrophe savings account as defined in this article. A taxpayer may establish only one catastrophe savings account and shall specify that the purpose of the account is to cover the amount of insurance deductibles and other uninsured portions of risks of loss from hurricane, rising floodwater, or other catastrophic windstorm event.
(2) WINDSTORM EVENT. Windstorms, cyclones, hurricanes, tornadoes, high winds, and hail, and similar perils not normally among those covered under most property casualty insurance policies but obtainable through the purchase of wind, wind and hail, storm or windstorm coverage, or all.
(Act 2012-413, p. 1123, §1.)