An insurance producer must report to the Insurance Commissioner any administrative action taken against his or her license in any other state or U.S. Territory or any actions taken against him or her by any other North Dakota governmental agency, board or commission within 30 days of the closing of the matter. This report must include an explanation of the action, a copy of the order and consent to order or relevant legal documents.
Within 30 days after a criminal conviction, an insurance producer must report to the Commissioner any criminal conviction, no matter where it occurred. The report must include an explanation of the conviction, a copy of the initial complaint and the order issued by the court and any other relevant legal documents.
All reports can be made via e-mail or through the National Insurance Producer Registry (NIPR).
If you have any questions regarding the reporting of actions requirements for North Dakota, please refer to N.D.C.C. § 26.1-26-45.1 or contact the North Dakota Insurance Department.