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(1) A self-service storage insurance producer license authorizes a self-service storage insurance producer and its employees to offer and sell to, enroll in, and bill and collect premiums from occupants for insurance covering the loss of or damage to personal property stored at a facility on a master, corporate, group, or individual policy basis.
(2) A self-service storage insurance producer is not required to treat moneys collected from occupants purchasing insurance under this chapter as funds received in a fiduciary capacity, if:
(a) The insurer represented by the self-service storage insurance producer has consented in writing, signed by an officer of the insurer, that the premiums need not be segregated from funds received by the self-service storage insurance producer; and
(b) The charges for insurance coverage are itemized and ancillary to the rental agreement.
(3) An owner is not required to be licensed pursuant to this section merely to display and make available to prospective occupants brochures and other promotional materials created by or on behalf of an authorized insurer, provided that either the owner or its employees, or both, are not paid a commission or other consideration.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Washington Revised Code Title 48. Insurance § 48.170.040. Authority conveyed by license - last updated April 06, 2022 | https://codes.findlaw.com/wa/title-48-insurance/wa-rev-code-48-170-040/
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