Alaska Statutes.
Title 21. Insurance
Chapter 27. Producers, Agents, Administrators, Brokers, Adjusters, and Managers
Section 830. Independent Adjuster Qualifications.
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AS 21.27.830. Independent Adjuster Qualifications.

In addition to the general qualifications under AS 21.27.020 , to qualify for issuance or renewal of an independent adjuster license, an applicant or licensee shall

(1) have at least six months active working experience within the previous two calendar years as either an independent adjuster trainee, an insurance producer, a managing general agent, a reinsurance intermediary broker, a reinsurance intermediary manager, a surplus lines broker, an independent adjuster, or an underwriter or claims adjuster employee of an insurer, and, in the director's opinion, exhibit the ability to competently perform the responsibilities of an independent adjuster; or

(2) have been previously licensed in good standing in this state as an independent adjuster within the previous four calendar years and not have had a license suspended or revoked.

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