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34 Pa. Code § 129.105. Reporting requirements for applicants for licensure.

§ 129.105. Reporting requirements for applicants for licensure.

 (a)  As part of their application for a certificate of authority submitted to the Insurance Department, applicants for a license to write workers’ compensation insurance shall provide information concerning their accident and illness prevention services required under §  129.102 (relating to accident and illness prevention services requirements) using Form LIBC-211I, Insurer’s Initial Report of Accident and Illness Prevention Services.

 (b)  As part of the process of licensing to write workers’ compensation insurance in this Commonwealth, the Insurance Department will forward to the Bureau the report in subsection (a) for a determination of adequacy. The Bureau will provide a final determination of adequate or inadequate to the Commissioner.

Cross References

   This section cited in 34 Pa. Code §  129.107 (relating to report finds).



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