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What is required to be licensed as a staff or private adjuster in North Dakota?
North Dakota does not license private or staff adjusters.
What is required to be licensed as a public adjuster in North Dakota?
North Dakota licenses public adjusters as consultants. For information on how to become licensed as a consultant, view the consultant information on our website.
How do I become a licensed abstractor so I can get licensed for title insurance?
The only information the Department has on this topic is a contact email:
Once I complete the 80 hours of training to become licensed for title insurance in North Dakota, what is the next step?
with a $100 fee and send in a certification of the training by an insurer.
Do I have to complete continuing education courses if I am licensed as a resident bail bonds producer?
No. Only resident producers licensed in major lines of authority are required to complete continuing education courses.
If a licensed third party administrator will
be administering self-insured plans, do they still need a surety bond?
No. The bond requirement is for self-insured plans only.
Must we provide a surety bond to be licensed as a TPA or will the Department also accept a fidelity bond for the minimum amount?
The fidelity bond coverage is not acceptable for the surety bond requirement for a TPA.
Does North Dakota require a third party administrator to obtain a license to administer workers’ compensation claims?
The North Dakota Insurance Department does not regulate workers’ compensation. Contact North Dakota Workforce Safety and Insurance at 1-800-777-5033,
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