Conn. Agencies Regs. § 22a-54-3 - Financial responsibility of commercial aircraft applicators

Current through March 4, 2022

(a) The Commissioner shall not issue, modify or renew a commercial aircraft applicator certification unless and until the applicant submits valid proof of financial responsibility to consist of the following minimum insurance coverages:

Comprehensive General Liability:

(1) Bodily Injury Liability - $100,000 each occurrence, $300,000 aggregate; and
(2) Property Damage Liability - $100,000 each occurrence (including completed operation and chemical liability).
(b) Insurance policies offered to satisfy the requirements of subsection (a) may be written with combined bodily injury and property damage limits so long as their combined limits equal or exceed the sum of required individual limits.
(c) Any misrepresentations or falsehoods contained in the certificate of insurance shall make any commercial aircraft applicator certification issued in reliance on the certificate of insurance automatically void.
(d) The applicator shall notify the Department of Environmental Protection of any material alteration or modification in his or her policy and/or stated coverages within ten (10) days of any such alteration or modification.
(e) The applicator shall notify the Department of Environmental Protection of the cancellation of the policy within ten (10) days of the cancellation.
(f) Failure to maintain the minimum coverages stated in subsection (a) shall render the applicator's certification automatically void.
(g) No aircraft application of pesticides shall be made in Connecticut by an applicator whose insurance policy has lapsed or expired.

Notes

Conn. Agencies Regs. § 22a-54-3
Effective June 23, 1983

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