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31 Pa. Code § 73.135. Licensed producers.

§ 73.135. Licensed producers.

 (a)  Individual policy. All individual policies of credit life insurance, credit A and H insurance or credit involuntary or voluntary unemployment insurance shall be issued only through a producer licensed in this Commonwealth. A person performing in connection with an individual policy a conduct which would fall within the definition of a producer shall be licensed as a producer.

 (b)  Employes of creditor or insurer. If a group policy is issued to a creditor, bona fide employes of the creditor or insurer may issue certificates and perform functions related to the issuance of certificates and administration of the group policy without being licensed as producers.

 (c)  Receipt of compensation without licensing. If a group policy is issued to a creditor, the creditor may, without being licensed as a producer, receive compensation for the issuance of certificates and performance of functions related to the issuance of certificates, subject to the limitation on compensation as provided in §  73.134 (relating to compensation of producers or creditors).

 (d)  Licensed agent. A licensed agent of the insurer who is not employed by the group policyholder may assist the group policyholder with the enrollment of persons in the program and with the issuance of certificates, but may not receive a commission from the group policyholder.

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