Alaska Statutes.
Title 21. Insurance
Chapter 27. Producers, Agents, Administrators, Brokers, Adjusters, and Managers
Section 410. Denial, Nonrenewal, Suspension, or Revocation of Licenses.
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AS 21.27.410. Denial, Nonrenewal, Suspension, or Revocation of Licenses.

(a) The director may deny issuance of or not renew a license or may suspend or revoke a license issued under this chapter for any of the following:

(1) a cause for which issuance of the license or its renewal could have been denied had it then existed and been known to the director;

(2) a violation or participation in a violation of a provision of this title;

(3) wilful misrepresentation or fraud by the licensee or applicant to obtain or attempt to obtain a license;

(4) misappropriation, conversion to personal use, or illegally withholding money required to be held in a fiduciary capacity by a licensee or applicant;

(5) with intent to deceive, material misrepresentation of the terms or effect of an insurance contract by a licensee or applicant;

(6) twisting in violation of AS 21.36.050 or rebating in violation of AS 21.36.100 by a licensee or applicant;

(7) conviction of a felony;

(8) the conduct of affairs under a license if the licensee exhibits conduct considered by the director to reflect incompetence or untrustworthiness, or to be a source of potential injury and loss to the public;

(9) the licensee or applicant dealing with, or attempting to deal with, or to exercise a power relative to, insurance outside the scope of the license of the licensee or applicant;

(10) failure to surrender a license as required by this chapter or revocation of a license within the 12 months preceding the date a new application is received;

(11) failure to pass an examination required under this chapter;

(12) cheating on an examination required under this title;

(13) a licensee or applicant engaging in or about to engage in an unfair or fraudulent insurance transaction;

(14) suspension or revocation of a license in another jurisdiction;

(15) forgery of another's name to an application for insurance by a licensee or applicant;

(16) accepting insurance business from a person not licensed as required by this title if the applicant or licensee knew or should have known that the person was unlicensed.

(b) The license of a firm and its compliance officer may be denied, nonrenewed, suspended, or revoked for a violation or cause that relates to a person representing or acting on behalf of the firm.

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