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1. No person may act as, hold himself or herself out as or be a surplus lines broker
with respect to subjects of insurance for which this State is the insured's home state
unless the person is licensed as such by the Commissioner pursuant to this chapter.
2. Any person who has been licensed by this State as a producer of insurance for general
lines for at least 6 months, or has been licensed in another state as a surplus lines
broker and continues to be licensed in that state, and who is deemed by the Commissioner
to be competent and trustworthy with respect to the handling of surplus lines may
be licensed as a surplus lines broker upon:
(a) Application for a license and payment of all applicable fees for a license;
(b) Submitting the statement required pursuant to NRS 685A.127; and
(c) Passing any examination prescribed by the Commissioner on the subject of surplus
3. An application for a license must be submitted to the Commissioner on a form designated
and furnished by the Commissioner. The application must include the social security number of the applicant.
4. A license issued pursuant to this chapter continues in force for 3 years unless
it is suspended, revoked or otherwise terminated. The license may be renewed upon submission of the statement required pursuant to
NRS 685A.127 and payment of all applicable fees for renewal to the Commissioner on or before the
last day of the month in which the license is renewable.
5. A license which is not renewed expires at midnight on the last day specified for
its renewal. The Commissioner may accept a request for renewal received by the Commissioner within
30 days after the expiration of the license if the request is accompanied by:
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