LIFE INSURANCE POLICIES AND ANNUITY CONTRACTS
41-1952. License Requirement. (1) A person shall not act as a life settlement provider or life settlement broker where the owner of the life insurance policy is a resident of this state without first obtaining a license from the director as a life insurance producer under chapter 10, title 41, Idaho Code, and complying with the additional requirements set forth in sections 41-1950 through 41-1965, Idaho Code.
(2) Not later than ten (10) days from the first day of operating as a life settlement broker or provider, and thereafter upon renewal of the life insurance producer license, the life insurance producer shall notify the director that he or she is acting as a life settlement broker or provider on a form prescribed by the director, and shall pay any applicable fee to be determined by the director specified by rule pursuant to section 41-401, Idaho Code. Notification shall include an acknowledgment by the life insurance producer that he or she will operate as a life settlement broker in accordance with sections 41-1950 through 41-1965, Idaho Code.
(3) The insurer that issued the policy being settled shall not be responsible for any act or omission of a life settlement broker or life settlement provider arising out of or in connection with the life settlement transaction, unless the insurer receives compensation for the placement of a life settlement contract from the life settlement provider or life settlement broker in connection with the life settlement contract.
[41-1952, added 2009, ch. 69, sec. 1, p. 196.]