TITLE 27
Insurance

CHAPTER 27-72
Life Settlements Act

SECTION 27-72-18


§ 27-72-18 Effective Date.

(a) A provider lawfully transacting business in this state prior to the effective date of this act may continue to do so pending approval or disapproval of that person's application for a license as long as the application is filed with the commissioner not later than thirty (30) days after publication by the commissioner of an application form and instructions for licensure of providers. If the publication of the application form and instructions is prior to the effective date of this act, then the filing of the application shall not be later than thirty (30) days after the effective date of this act. During the time that such an application is pending with the commissioner, the applicant may use any form of life settlement contract that has been filed with the commissioner pending approval thereof, provided that such form is otherwise in compliance with the provisions of this chapter. Any person transacting business in this state under this provision shall be obligated to comply with all other requirements of this chapter.

(b) A person who has lawfully negotiated life settlement contracts between any owner residing in this state and one or more providers for at least one year immediately prior to the effective date of this act may continue to do so pending approval or disapproval of that person's application for a license as long as the application is filed with the commissioner not later than thirty (30) days after publication by the commissioner of an application form and instructions for licensure of brokers. If the publication of the application form and instructions is prior to the effective date of this chapter, then the filing of the application shall not be later than thirty (30) days after the effective date of this act. Any person transacting business in this state under this provision shall be obligated to comply with all other requirements of this chapter.

History of Section.
(P.L. 2009, ch. 195, § 1; P.L. 2009, ch. 262, § 1.)