40-205a. Application for license to sell stock of insurance company or health maintenance organization, fee. No person shall do any act toward selling the stock of any insurance company or health maintenance organization unless such person first obtains from the commissioner of insurance written authority to engage in the business of selling the stock of such company. Such applicant shall first be appointed in writing by the president or secretary of the company for which such applicant intends to sell stock. The applicant for such license shall file with the commissioner of insurance the applicant's written application for a license authorizing the applicant to engage in the business of selling such stock. The applicant shall make sworn answers to such interrogatories as the commissioner of insurance shall require. The fee charged for the issuance of such license shall be $100 and shall be paid to the commissioner of insurance by the company requesting such license.
History: L. 1931, ch. 208, § 1; L. 1996, ch. 169, § 3; July 1.
2013. Powered by KLISS. Rendered: 2013-06-18T19:53:07. Head Rev No: 346379