South Carolina Code of Regulations
69-6 - Brokers' Licenses.

Universal Citation: SC Code Regs 69-6

69-6. Brokers' Licenses.

1. No person shall be licensed as an insurance broker to represent citizens of this State for the placing of insurance unless such person, at the time the initial or renewal application is made for an insurance broker's license, possesses a valid, current insurance agent's license for that line of business for which the brokerage authority is intended to apply, and has been so licensed as such an insurance agent for not less than two (2) years.

2. Every broker's license issued shall be restricted to those lines of business for which specific application is made and must be supported by record of prior issuance of agent's license for such lines of business. The limits of authority of all broker's licenses shall be plainly set forth on the face of the license.

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