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Yes, application forms may be reproduced for use in Maine.
Yes, an application may be submitted via e-mail as long as the hard copy of the application is also submitted later. In the future, the Bureau of Insurance expects to develop a procedure for submitting applications via e-mail that will not require subsequent submission of the hard copy.
Title 24-A MRSA § 1402 exempts "employees of insurers" from the definition of adjuster. The Bureau of Insurance has interpreted this exemption to include an employee of a group of affiliated insurers as long as the adjuster does not adjust claims for any unrelated insurer or for an insured.
Must a licensed producer, adjuster, or consultant report disciplinary actions brought by other jurisdictions or criminal convictions that are finalized after they file the initial application in Maine?
Yes, a producer, adjuster, or consultant is under a continuing obligation pursuant to Title 24-A MRSA § 1419 to report within 30 days any material changes in the conditions or qualifications set forth for licensure in the original application to the Maine Bureau of Insurance .
Last Updated: August 22, 2012
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