(1) In general, orders and notices of the commissioner shall be issued in accordance
with this chapter. Notices, recommended orders, and final orders issued as a result of an administrative
hearing shall be issued in accordance with KRS Chapter 13B.
(2) Orders and notices of the commissioner shall be effective only when in writing
signed by the commissioner or by the commissioner's authority.
(3) Every order of the commissioner shall state its effective date and shall concisely
(a) Its intent or purpose;
(b) The grounds on which it is based;
(c) The provisions of this code under which action is taken or proposed to be taken;
(d) All other matters required by law.
(4) All persons holding licenses or certificates of authority from the commissioner
shall maintain current residence, business, home office, and administrative addresses,
as applicable, on file with the commissioner. Licensees shall inform the commissioner in writing in a format acceptable to the
commissioner of any change in addresses or legal name within thirty (30) days of the
change. As a condition to holding a license or certificate of authority from the commissioner,
persons holding licenses or certificate of authority are deemed to have consented
to service of notices and orders of the commissioner at their addresses on file with
the commissioner and any notice or order of the commissioner mailed or delivered to
the address on file with the commissioner constitutes valid service of notice or order.
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