540. A natural person who, on 18 July 1999, as part of that person’s principal activity, pursues activities as a claims adjuster as the employee of an insurer, and who has a Bachelor’s degree in administration with a major in insurance, a diploma of college studies in administrative techniques in the field of insurance, an attestation of college studies in damage insurance, or an attestation establishing passage of the examinations of the Associate of the Insurance Institute of Canada (AIIC) program, is entitled to be issued a certificate authorizing that person to act as a claims adjuster.
An employee of an insurer who, on 18 July 1999, has pursued activities as a claims adjuster for at least one year but who is not in possession of an attestation or diploma referred to in the first paragraph is entitled, on presenting a statement of his or her employer certifying that the employee has pursued such activities for at least one year, to be issued a certificate authorizing the employee to act as a claims adjuster.
An employee of an insurer who has pursued activities as a claims adjuster for less than one year but who is not in possession of such an attestation must, to obtain a certificate, pass the examination prepared by the Authority for that purpose.
1998, c. 37, s. 540; 2002, c. 45, s. 499; 2004, c. 37, s. 90.