Utah Admin. Code R590-102-3 - Definitions

Current through Bulletin No. 2021-18, September 15, 2021

In addition to the definitions in Title 31A, Insurance Code, the following definitions shall apply for the purposes of this rule:

(1) "Admitted insurer" includes fraternal, health, health maintenance organization, life, limited health plan, motor club, nonprofit health service, property and casualty, title insurer, and a prescription drug plan.
(2) "Agency" means:
(a) a person, other than an individual, including a sole proprietorship by which a natural person does business under an assumed name; and
(b) an insurance organization required to be licensed under Sections 31A-23a-301, 31A-25-207, and 31A-26-209.
(3) "Captive insurer" includes association captive, branch captive, pure captive, sponsored captive, and special purpose financial captive. It does not include a captive cell or an industrial insured captive.
(4) "Deadline" means the final date or time:
(a) imposed by:
(i) statute;
(ii) rule; or
(iii) order; and
(b) by which:
(i) a payment must be received by the department without incurring a penalty for late payment or non-payment; or
(ii) required information must be received by the department without incurring a penalty for late receipt or non-receipt.
(5) "Fee" means an amount set by the commissioner, by statute, or by rule, and approved by the legislature for a license, registration, certificate, or other filing or service provided by the Insurance Department.
(6) "Full-line agency" includes a producer, consultant, independent adjuster, managing general agent, public adjuster, reinsurance intermediary broker, and third-party administrator.
(7) "Full-line individual" includes a producer, consultant, independent adjuster, managing general agent, public adjuster, reinsurance intermediary broker, and third-party administrator.
(8) "Limited-line agency" includes a bail bond producer and a limited-line producer.
(9) "Limited-line individual" includes a bail bond agent, limited-lines producer, and customer service representative.
(10) "Other organization" includes a home warranty, joint underwriter, purchasing group, rate service organization, risk retention group, service contract provider, and health discount program.
(11) "Non-electronic application" means an application that must be manually entered into the department's database because the application was submitted by paper, facsimile, or email when the department has provided an electronic application process and stated the electronic process is the preferred process for receiving an application.
(12) "Non-electronic filing" means a filing that must be manually entered into the department's database because the filing was submitted by paper, facsimile, or email when the department has provided an electronic filing process and stated the electronic process is the preferred process for receiving a filing.
(13) "Non-electronic payment" means a payment that must be manually entered by the department because the payment was submitted by check, money order, or other physical medium when the department has provided an electronic payment process and stated the electronic process is the preferred process for receiving a payment.
(14) "Received by the department" means:
(a) the date delivered to and stamped received by the department, if delivered in person;
(b) the postmark date, if delivered by mail;
(c) the delivery service's postmark date or pick-up date, if delivered by a delivery service; or
(d) the received date recorded on an item delivered, if delivered by:
(i) facsimile;
(ii) email; or
(iii) another electronic method; or
(e) a date specified in:
(i) a statute;
(ii) a rule; or
(iii) an order.

Notes

Utah Admin. Code R590-102-3
Amended by Utah State Bulletin Number 2017-8, effective 3/24/2017 Amended by Utah State Bulletin Number 2018-5, effective 2/8/2018 Amended by Utah State Bulletin Number 2020-06, effective 3/10/2020 Amended by Utah State Bulletin Number 2020-16, effective 8/10/2020 Amended by Utah State Bulletin Number 2021-11, effective 5/24/2021

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