Montana Title 37. Professions and Occupations § 37-51-508. Limitation of payment--pro rata distribution
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(1) The liability of the account may not exceed $25,000 for any one licensee until that licensee has repaid the account. If the $25,000 liability of the account is insufficient to pay in full the valid claims of all applications that have been filed against any one licensee and ordered to be paid, the $25,000 must be distributed among those claimants in the ratio that the amount ordered to be paid to any one claimant bears to the total amounts ordered to be paid or in such other manner as the board considers equitable; and upon such a distribution, all claims are considered satisfied by the amount so distributed. Distribution of such money must, at any time, be among the persons ordered to receive the same, without regard to the order or priority in which their respective judgments were obtained or their applications filed.
(2) Upon petition of any person, the board may require all existing applications for payment of claims against one licensee to be joined in one proceeding for the purpose of a timely determination of their respective rights to the money in the account.
(3) An application for payment of a claim against a licensee filed after the distribution of the full amount for which the account is liable for that licensee must be denied by the board.
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