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A. Chapter 59A, Article 11 NMSA 1978 provides procedures for licensing insurance producers, surplus line brokers and adjusters; agents of prepaid dental plans; agents of nonprofit health care plans; bail bondsmen and their solicitors; registration of motor club representatives; licensing of insurance securities salespersons; and applications for, qualifying examinations, and issuance of, duration, continuation, and termination of all such licenses and registrations. For the purposes of that article, all such licenses and registrations are referred to as “licenses”.
B. Chapter 59A, Article 11 NMSA 1978 shall also apply to all additional categories of persons operating in insurance fields and related fields as administrators, consultants, appraisers, or in whatever similar capacity, under laws now or hereafter enacted, the licensing and supervision of whom is delegated to the superintendent.
C. Definitions, requirement of licenses, qualifications for license, and other requirements and provisions as to insurance producers, adjusters, bail bondsmen and their solicitors, motor club representatives, and other categories referred to in Subsection B of this section, shall be as provided in subsequent articles in the Insurance Code now or hereafter respectively dealing with such categories; provided that “insurance producer” means a person required to be licensed under the laws of this state to sell, solicit or negotiate insurance.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - New Mexico Statutes Chapter 59A. Insurance Code § 59A-11-1. Scope of article - last updated May 06, 2021 | https://codes.findlaw.com/nm/chapter-59a-insurance-code/nm-st-sect-59a-11-1/
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