Conn. Agencies Regs. § 12-2b-5 - Renewal of certification

(a) Certification of a company shall be valid for five years and shall expire on March 31 of the fifth year of certification.
(b) Not later than thirty days prior to the expiration of certification, the company shall file with the Secretary all materials and information necessary for recertification. The requirements and procedures for original applications set forth in Section 12-2b-3 of these regulations shall be applicable to applications for renewal of certification.
(c) After receipt of all materials and information necessary for completion of the recertification process, the Secretary shall complete an initial evaluation of the company's application for renewal. Each company's five-year performance will be reviewed by the Secretary before issuance of a renewal certificate.
(d) If the Secretary determines that the company has satisfactorily fulfilled the requirements provided herein, he shall issue the renewal of the company's certification.
(e) If the Secretary determines that the company has not satisfactorily fulfilled the requirements provided herein, the provisions of Section 12-2b-13 through Section 12-2b-16 of these regulations shall apply.

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Conn. Agencies Regs. § 12-2b-5
Effective October 4, 1985; Amended March 30, 1999

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