Section 402-O:5

    402-O:5 Application for License. –
I. A sworn application for a license under this chapter shall be made to and filed with the commissioner on forms prescribed and furnished by the commissioner. The applicant may be a resident or non-resident of this state.
II. The application shall provide:
(a) The name, residence address, and other information required by the commissioner for an authorized representative of the owner or supervising entity that is designated by the applicant as the person responsible for the owner's compliance with the requirements of this chapter. However, if the owner derives more than 50 percent of its revenue from the sale of self-service storage insurance the information noted above shall be provided for all officers, directors, and shareholder of record having beneficial ownership of 10 percent or more of any class of securities registered under the federal securities law; and
(b) The location of the owner's home office.
III. Any owner engaging in self-service storage insurance transactions on or before the effective date of this chapter shall apply for licensure within 90 days of the application being made available by the commissioner. Any applicant commencing operations after the effective date of this chapter shall obtain a license prior to offering self-service storage insurance.
IV. Initial licenses issued pursuant to this chapter shall expire on the second May 31 from the date of issue. Renewed licenses shall be effective for 2 years, expiring on May 31.
V. Each owner licensed under this chapter shall pay a fee as determined by the commissioner provided that the fee shall not exceed $500 for an initial self-service storage insurance license and $250 for each license renewal. However, for an owner who sells self-service storage insurance at 10 or fewer locations in the state the fee shall not exceed $150 for an initial license and for each renewal of a license.
VI. A self-service storage insurance license which lapses may, within 24 months from the due date of the renewal, be reinstated with a penalty in the amount of double the unpaid renewal fee for any renewal received after the due date pursuant to paragraph IV.

Source. 2021, 119:2, Pt. III, Sec. 1, eff. Jan. 1, 2022.