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(a) General rule.--No person or corporation shall engage in the business of a broker in this Commonwealth unless such person holds a brokerage license issued by the commission. No such person or corporation, by virtue of a brokerage license, shall render service as a motor carrier unless he holds a certificate of public convenience or permit, as the case may be. It shall be unlawful for any broker to employ any motor carrier who or which is not the lawful holder of an effective certificate of public convenience or permit.
(b) License application and issuance.--Every application for a brokerage license shall be made to the commission in writing, be verified by oath or affirmation, and shall be in such form and contain such information as the commission may, by its regulations, require. A brokerage license shall be issued to any qualified applicant therefor, authorizing the whole or any part of the service covered by the application, if it is found that the applicant is fit, willing and able properly to perform the service proposed and to conform to the provisions of this part and the lawful orders and regulations of the commission thereunder, and that the proposed service, to the extent authorized by the license, will be consistent with the public interest and the policy declared in section 2501 (relating to declaration of policy and definitions); otherwise such application shall be denied.
(c) Regulation and bond.--The commission shall prescribe reasonable regulations to be observed by any broker for the protection of passengers or property transported by motor vehicle, and no brokerage license shall be issued or remain in force unless the holder thereof shall have furnished a bond or other security approved by the commission, in such form and amount as will insure the financial responsibility of the broker and the transportation of passengers or property in accordance with contracts, agreements or arrangements therefor.
(d) Transferability of permits and licenses.--Any permit or brokerage license issued under this chapter may be transferred pursuant to such regulations as the commission may prescribe.
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