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Businesses acting as third-party administrators must receive an Oregon license for activities such as soliciting life or health insurance coverage, underwriting, collecting premiums from policyholders, and adjusting claims.
Allows a person to act as a broker for life or viatical settlement contracts. There is one license for an individual and one for a firm.
Both the appointed or contracted agent and the life settlement provider need to be licensed.
A license is required to charge a fee for providing insurance advice regarding life, health, or property and casualty insurance.
Licensing and exam requirements apply to resident and nonresident adjusters. The business entity must also file an affiliation of adjuster form within 30 days.
Businesses that rent or lease self-service storage must have a license to sell insurance coverage to customers.
A limited license is required to sell insurance coverage for portable electronics.
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