2013 Maryland Code
§ 8-304 - Qualifications of applicants
(a) To register as an administrator, an applicant must present evidence satisfactory to the Commissioner that the applicant:
(1) has not been convicted of:
(i) a felony;
(ii) a misdemeanor involving moral turpitude;
(iii) a violation of this subtitle;
(iv) an attempt or conspiracy to commit any of the violations listed in subitems (i) through (iii) of this item; or
(v) a crime in which any other violation listed in this item is an element;
(2) has obtained the bond required by § 8-306 of this subtitle or has qualified for one of the applicable exemptions from the bonding requirement;
(3) has met any applicable examination requirements adopted by the Commissioner under subsection (b) of this section; and
(4) for the administration of health benefit plans in the State, uses only the uniform claim forms adopted by the Commissioner under § 15-1003 of this article.
(b) (1) The Commissioner may develop appropriate testing procedures to measure an applicant’s familiarity with this subtitle.
(2) To develop testing procedures, the Commissioner shall consult with representatives of administrators, employee organizations, and employers.
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