(1) A travel retailer offering or disseminating travel insurance shall make available
to a prospective purchaser a brochure or other written material that:
(a) provides the identity and contact information of the insurer and the limited lines
travel insurance producer;
(b) explains that the purchase of travel insurance is not required to purchase any
other product or service from the travel retailer; and
(c) explains that an unlicensed travel retailer is permitted to provide general information
about the insurance offered by the travel retailer, including a description of the
coverage and price, but is not qualified or authorized to answer technical questions
about the terms and conditions of the insurance offered by the travel retailer or
to evaluate the adequacy of the prospective purchaser's existing insurance coverage.
(2) A travel retailer's employee or authorized representative who is not licensed
as an insurance producer may not:
(a) evaluate or interpret the technical terms, benefits, and conditions of the offered
travel insurance coverage;
(b) evaluate or provide advice concerning a prospective purchaser's existing insurance
(c) hold the person out as a licensed insurer, licensed producer, or insurance expert.
(3) Notwithstanding any other provision of this chapter, a travel retailer whose insurance-related
activities, and those of its employees and authorized representatives, are limited
to offering and disseminating travel insurance on behalf of and under the direction
of a limited lines travel insurance producer meeting the conditions stated in this
part, is authorized to do so and receive related compensation for services, upon registration
of the limited lines travel insurance producer as described in Subsection 31A-23a-904(2).
(4) As the insurer designee, the limited lines travel insurance producer is responsible
for the acts of the travel retailer and shall use responsible means to ensure compliance
by the travel retailer under this part.
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