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(a) Unless a person is denied a license pursuant to section 38a-702k, any person who has met the requirements of sections 38a-702d and 38a-702e shall be issued an insurance producer license. An insurance producer may receive qualification for a license in one or more of the following lines of authority (1) life: insurance coverage on human lives including benefits of endowment and annuities, which may include benefits in the event of death or dismemberment by accident and benefits for disability income; (2) accident and health or sickness: insurance coverage for sickness, bodily injury or accidental death which may include benefits for disability income; (3) property: insurance coverage for the direct or consequential loss or damage to property of every kind; (4) casualty: insurance coverage against legal liability, including legal liability for death, injury or disability or damage to real or personal property; (5) variable life and variable annuity products: insurance coverage provided under variable life insurance contracts and variable annuities; (6) personal lines: property and casualty coverage sold to individuals and families for noncommercial purposes; (7) credit: limited line credit insurance; and (8) any other line of insurance permitted under this state's laws or regulations.
(b) An insurance producer license shall remain in effect unless revoked or suspended provided the fee specified in section 38a-11 is paid and the continuing education requirements for resident individual producers are met by the due date.
(c) An individual insurance producer who allows an insurance producer's license to lapse may, not later than twelve months after the due date of the renewal fee, reinstate the same license without being required to pass a written examination, except that a penalty in the amount of double the unpaid renewal fee shall be required for any renewal fee received after the due date.
(d) A licensed insurance producer who is unable to comply with license renewal procedures due to military service or some other extenuating circumstance, such as a long-term medical disability, may request a waiver of those procedures. The producer may also request a waiver of any examination requirement or any other fine or sanction imposed for failure to comply with renewal procedures.
(e) The license shall contain the licensee's name, address, personal identification number, and the date of issuance, the lines of authority, the expiration date and any other information the commissioner deems necessary.
(f) Licensees shall inform the commissioner by any means acceptable to the commissioner of any change of licensee information as required under section 38a-771. If, upon investigation, the commissioner determines that a licensee has failed to timely inform the commissioner of a change in legal name or address, the commissioner shall impose a penalty pursuant to section 38a-774.
(g) The commissioner may contract with nongovernmental entities, including, but not limited to, the National Association of Insurance Commissioners or any of its affiliates or subsidiaries, to perform any ministerial functions related to producer licensing that the commissioner deems appropriate. Such ministerial functions may include the collection of licensing fees.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - New York Consolidated Laws, Penal Law - PEN § 130.05 Sex offenses; lack of consent - last updated January 01, 2021 | https://codes.findlaw.com/ny/penal-law/pen-sect-130-05.html
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