North Dakota Public Adjuster Bond

Bond Penalty: $20,000

Pursuant to new law, a North Dakota public adjuster bond will now be required of all unexempted insurance consultants (legacy definition) for licensing and renewals of all resident and non-resident operators. Per state statute, At the time of issuance of a resident public adjuster license or a nonresident public adjuster license and for the duration of the license, an applicant shall maintain a surety bond or proof of insurance satisfactory to the commissioner for the use and benefit of the commissioner for insureds that have remitted fees, retainers, compensation, deposits, or other things of value to the public adjuster in the course of the public adjuster's business. The bond must:

  • Be issued in a minimum amount of twenty thousand dollars ($20,000).
  • May not be terminated by the surety company or public adjuster unless written notice has been filed with the commissioner and submitted to the public adjuster at least sixty (60) days before the effective date of the termination.

The state law also imposes notification requirements on the licensee. The commissioner may request the evidence of the North Dakota public adjuster bond at any time the commissioner deems relevant, to which the license must respond. An adjuster must also immediately shall notify the Commissioner if the surety bond terminates or becomes impaired. The authority to act as a public adjuster automatically terminates if impairment occurs.

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