(a) This subchapter and Subchapters B-E, G, and I apply to each agent of an insurer
authorized to engage in the business of property and casualty insurance in this state.
(b) This subchapter and Subchapters B-E, G, and I apply to each person who performs
the acts of an agent, as described by Section 4001.051, whether through an oral, written, electronic, or other form of communication, by
soliciting, negotiating, procuring, or collecting a premium on an insurance contract
offered by any kind of insurer authorized to engage in the business of property and
casualty insurance in this state, including:
(1) a fidelity or surety company;
(2) a mutual insurance company, including a farm mutual or a county mutual;
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