2017 New Mexico Statutes
Chapter 59A - Insurance Code
Article 51 - Bail Bondsmen Licensing
Section 59A-51-12 - Appointment or termination of solicitors.

Universal Citation: NM Stat § 59A-51-12 (2017)

59A-51-12. Appointment or termination of solicitors.

A. Every licensed bail bondsman may appoint as solicitor any individual who holds or has qualified for a solicitor's license. Each bail bondsman shall annually, prior to March 1, file with the superintendent an alphabetical list of all solicitors whose appointment and license in this state is to be continued in effect, accompanied by payment of the applicable continuation fees.

B. A bail bondsman terminating the appointment of a solicitor shall, within thirty (30) days, file written notice thereof with the superintendent, together with a statement that he has given or mailed notice to the solicitor. Such notice filed with the superintendent shall state the reasons, if any, for such termination. Information so furnished to the superintendent shall be privileged and shall not be used as evidence in any action against the bail bondsman.

History: Laws 1984, ch. 127, 939.

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