2017 New Mexico Statutes
Chapter 59A - Insurance Code
Article 51 - Bail Bondsmen Licensing
Section 59A-51-15 - Duration of suspension; relicensing after revocation.
59A-51-15. Duration of suspension; relicensing after revocation.
A. The superintendent in his order suspending a license, shall specify the period during which the suspension is to be in effect, but such period shall not exceed one year subject to modification in the superintendent's discretion. A license which has been suspended shall not be reinstated except upon request for such reinstatement, but the superintendent shall not grant reinstatement if he finds that the circumstances for which the previous license was revoked still exist or are likely to recur.
B. When an individual's license has been revoked, the superintendent shall have the right to refuse to accept an application for another license under this article for a period of one year from the effective date of such revocation, or, if judicial review of such revocation is sought, within two (2) years from the date of final court order or decree affirming the revocation. The superintendent shall not, however, grant a new license to any individual if he finds that the circumstances for which the previous license was revoked still exist or are likely to recur.
C. If licenses as bail bondsman or solicitor as to the same individual have been revoked at two (2) separate times, the superintendent shall not thereafter grant or issue any license to such individual under this article.
D. During the period of suspension or after revocation of the license, the former licensee shall not engage in or attempt or profess to engage in any transaction or business for which a license is required under this article, except that the former licensee may collect premiums on business written prior to the date of the suspension or revocation.
History: Laws 1984, ch. 127, 942.