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States Requiring Licensing of Non-Resident Staff Ocean Marine Claims Adjusters

Updated on February 22, 2018

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Stat./reg. provision requiring licensing
Licensing exception for singular or unusual losses?
Testing Required?
Continuing Ed Required
Penalty for violation of license requirement
Penalty for other violations of licensing provisions

Rhode Island


Statreg

R.I.G.L. 1956, § 27-10-1.2.

Stat/reg provision relating to nonresident licensing/ application

R.I.G.L. 1956, § 27-10-7.1

Licensing exception for singular or unusual losses?

Yes.

Allows for emergency adjuster in the event of declared catastrophe, and emergency adjuster licenses for up to 90 days, unless extended by insurance department. R.I.G.L. 1956, § 27-10-8.

Testing required?

Yes. R.I.G.L. 1956, §§ 27-10-3, 27-10-6.

Waived if licensed in another state and in good standing. R.I.G.L. 1956, § 27-10-7

Continuing ed. required?

No.

Penalty for violation of license requirement

Cease and desist order, fine between $100 and $50,000. R.I.G.L 1956, §§ 27-10-11, 42-14-16.

Penalty for other violations of licensing provisions

Suspension, revocation, cease and desist order, fine between $100 and $50,000. R.I.G.L 1956, §§ 27-10-11, 27-10-11, 42-14-16.

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