Individual acting as provider under license of firm or corporation
An individual may act as a life settlement provider under the authority of the license of a firm or corporate life settlement provider, whether or not the individual holds a license as a life settlement provider, if:
(1) The individual is a member or employee of the firm or is an employee, officer or director of the corporation; and
(2) The individual is designated by the firm or corporation on its license application or on an amendatory or supplementary form thereto as authorized to act as a life settlement provider under the authority of the license. [1995 c.342 §8]
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