1. Every insurance agent of a society must be licensed pursuant to chapter 683A of NRS and any regulations adopted by the Commissioner which apply to health and life insurance
2. No written or other examination is required of a person who held a license as an
insurance agent on July 1, 1977, for renewals of his or her license.
3. No examination or license is required of:
(a) Any regular salaried officer or employee of a licensed society who devotes substantially
all of his or her services to activities other than the solicitation of fraternal
insurance contracts from the public, and who does not receive for the solicitation
of such contracts any commission or other compensation directly dependent upon the
amount of business obtained; or
(b) Any member of the society who does not write insurance contracts, and whose solicitation
or negotiation is incidental to securing new members for the society, and whose only
remuneration consists of prizes in the form of merchandise or payments of a nominal
amount of money.
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