Exemptions from examination.
(a) An individual applicant for an independent adjuster license in this state shall not be required to complete any prelicensing course or examination if the person is currently licensed in another state for the same line or lines of authority based on an independent adjuster examination or if such state license has expired and the application is received by this state within 90 days of expiration. The applicant shall either provide certification from the other state that the applicant's license is currently in good standing or was in good standing at the time of expiration or the state's producer database records maintained by the NAIC must indicate that the applicant is or was licensed in good standing. The certification must be of a license with the same line of authority for which the individual has applied.
(b) A person licensed as an independent adjuster in another state based on an independent adjuster examination who, within 90 days of establishing legal residency in this state, applies to become a resident independent adjuster licensee pursuant to Section 27-9A-6 shall not be required to complete a prelicensing course or an examination.
(c) An individual who applies for an independent adjuster license in this state who was previously licensed as an independent adjuster in this state shall not be required to complete a prelicensing course or examination, but this exemption is only available if the application is received within 12 months of the cancellation of the applicant's previous license in this state and if, at the time of cancellation, the applicant was in good standing in this state.
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