LICENSING OF INTERMEDIARIES
Requirement of license.
Issuance of license.
Licensing of town mutual agents.
Licensing of fraternal agents.
Licensing of nonresidents.
Changes in status of intermediaries.
Social security and federal employer identification numbers on applications or at time of fee payment.
Refusal to issue license; failure to pay support or to comply with subpoena or warrant; tax or unemployment insurance contribution delinquency.
Termination of license.
Appointment of agents.
Liability of surplus lines insurer.
Sale of insurance through vending machines.
Unfair marketing practices.
Prohibited practices during license revocation or surrender.
Suitability in annuity transactions.
Sale of long-term care insurance.
Prohibition of exclusive contracts.
Limitations on corporations supplying health care services.
Preservation of professional relationships in professional services.
Extension of credit on premiums.
Effect of agent's appointment on insurer.
Timely payment of claims.
Risk retention groups.
Regulation of managing general agents, reinsurance brokers and managers and controlling producers.
COMPENSATION OF INTERMEDIARIES
Benefit plans for agents.
REGULATION OF NAVIGATORS
Requirement of licensure or registration.
Issuance of license and registration.
Other applicable provisions.
Navigator and nonnavigator assister conduct.
Ch. 628 Cross-reference
See definitions in s. 600.03
The purposes of this chapter are:
To encourage improvement in the professional competence of insurance intermediaries;
To provide maximum freedom of marketing methods for insurance, consistent with the interests of the public in this state;