The minimum listing requirements should be read in conjunction with the Exchange policy on quality of management, as set out in Section
Agents; catastrophes; temporary emergency license.
Application for license; fee; license; penalty. Statement by applicant for license; grounds for denial of license; duty of Commissioner. Service of process; agreement to appear. Grounds; surrender of license. This chapter applies to adjusters only as defined in NRS A.
This chapter may be cited as the Nevada Insurance Adjusters Law. As used in this Code, unless the context otherwise requires, the words and terms defined in NRS A.
For the purposes of this chapter: Is designed for the collection, data entry, calculation and final resolution of claims arising under an insurance contract for portable electronic insurance coverage; 2. Is used by a licensed adjuster, licensed agent or person supervised by a licensed adjuster or licensed agent; and 3.
Complies with the requirements of this Code concerning the payment of claims. Results in large numbers of deaths or injuries, causes extensive damage or destruction of facilities that provide and sustain human needs, produces an overwhelming demand on state and local response resources and mechanisms, causes a severe, long-term effect on general economic activity or severely affects state, local and private sector capabilities to begin and sustain response activities; and 2.
Is declared by the Governor. The District of Columbia or any state or territory of the United States in which an adjuster maintains his or her principal place of residence or principal place of business and is licensed to act as an adjuster; or 2. If neither the state in which the adjuster maintains his or her principal place of residence nor the state in which the adjuster maintains his or her principal place of business has a licensing or examination requirement, a state: The District of Columbia or any state or territory of the United States in which an independent, company, staff or public adjuster maintains his, her or its principal place of residence or principal place of business and is licensed to act as a resident independent, company, staff or public adjuster; or 2.
If neither the state in which the adjuster maintains his or her principal place of residence nor the state in which the adjuster maintains his, her or its principal place of business licenses independent, company, staff or public adjusters for the line of authority sought by the adjuster, a state: The provisions of NRS A.
Any person violating the provisions of this section is guilty of a gross misdemeanor. Except as otherwise provided in NRS A.
The provisions of subsections 1, 2 and 3 do not apply to a salaried employee of an insurer. No individual shall be licensed concurrently under the same license or separate licenses as an independent adjuster and as a public adjuster. The Commissioner may license an individual as an independent adjuster, a public adjuster, a company adjuster or a staff adjuster.
No individual shall be licensed concurrently under the same license or separate licenses as more than one such type of adjuster. A company adjuster and a staff adjuster shall pay the same fees as provided for an independent adjuster in NRS B.
Be licensed pursuant to this chapter. Own a controlling interest in a firm or corporation licensed pursuant to NRS A. Own a controlling interest in a business entity licensed pursuant to NRS A.the companies act (cap.
50) public company limited by shares.
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