2013 Maryland Code
INSURANCE
§ 6-203 - Amount of fee


MD Ins Code § 6-203 (2013) What's This?

§6-203.

(a) For each insurer, health maintenance organization, nonprofit health service plan, fraternal benefit society, or any entity operating in the State under the regulatory jurisdiction of the Commissioner other than a premium finance company, a fraternal benefit society that collected less than $75,000 in premiums in the preceding calendar year, or a motor club, the fraud prevention fee shall be:

(1) $1,000;

(2) due on or before June 30 of each year; and

(3) if applicable, payable with the certificate of authority or license renewal fee.

(b) For each insurance producer, public adjuster, insurance adviser, or third party administrator qualified, licensed, or registered by the Commissioner, the fraud prevention fee shall be:

(1) $15;

(2) due on or before June 30 of every other year; and

(3) if applicable, payable with the certificate of qualification, license, or registration renewal fee.

(c) Any person that has more than one of the certificates of qualification, licenses, or registrations listed in subsection (b) of this section shall pay the $15 fraud prevention fee only once per renewal period.

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