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An organization shall not permit a solicitor firm to solicit self-insured employers, groups of self-insured employers, or insurers of an employer on its behalf except pursuant to a written contract which meets all of the following minimum requirements:
(a) The solicitor firm shall comply, and shall cause its principal persons and employees to comply, with all applicable provisions of the Act and the rules thereunder.
(b) The solicitor firm shall promptly notify the organization of the institution of any disciplinary proceedings against it or against any of its principal persons or employees relating to any license issued to any such person by the California Insurance Commissioner.
Authority cited: Stats. 1997, Ch. 346, Section 5. Reference: Sections 4600.3, 4500.5 and 4600.6, Labor Code.
1. New section filed 4-15-98; operative 4-15-98. Submitted to OAL for printing only pursuant to Stats. 1997, Ch. 346, Section 5 (Register 98, No. 16).
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