60K.16 Liability for placing insurance in unauthorized company.
Any person, regardless of whether that person is required to be licensed as an insurance agent, who participates in any manner in the sale of any insurance policy or certificate, or any other contract providing benefits, for or on behalf of any company which is required to be, but which is not authorized to engage in the business of insurance in this state, other than pursuant to sections 60A.195 to 60A.209, shall be personally liable for all premiums, whether earned or unearned, paid by the insured, and the premiums may be recovered by the insured. In addition, that person shall be personally liable for any loss the insured has sustained or may sustain if the loss is one resulting from a risk or hazard covered in the issued policy, certificate, or contract or which would have been covered if the policy, certificate, or contract had been issued to the purchaser of the insurance.
HIST: 1992 c 564 art 3 s 18
* NOTE: This section is repealed by Laws 2001, chapter 117, article *1, section 28, effective July 1, 2002. Laws 2001, chapter 117, article *1, section 29.
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