IMPORTANT NOTICE: Limited Lines Producers who have missed the March 31, 2013 license renewal deadline
Vermont Limited Lines Producer licenses renewed on March 31, 2013. Accordingly, the license of a Limited Lines Producer who did not renew as of March 31, 2013 has now lapsed. Vermont does not have a “grace period” for a license renewal, and a license cannot be “reactivated”. Limited Lines Producers, whose license has lapsed, must apply for a new license in order to sell, solicit or negotiate insurance in Vermont. In order to apply for a license, follow the instructions below under How To Apply For A License.
For Information about licensing requirements, how to apply for a license and FAQs. Vermont Law defines a “Limited Lines Producer” to mean a person authorized by the Commissioner to sell, solicit or negotiate limited lines insurance.
In order to obtain a Limited Lines Producer license for Crop; Rental; Surety; Travel or other limited lines an individual must be at least 18 years of age; must be deemed by the Commissioner to be competent, trustworthy and financially responsible; be appointed by a sponsoring insurer and submit a license application and fees.
Resident and Nonresident - Electonic Applications
Nonresident Individual Limited Lines Producers MUST apply electronically using one of the third party vendors listed below by clicking on the logo. (The site should open in a new window. To return to this page, close the new window.)
Resident - Paper Application
Attachment #1 Social Security Disclosure is for your information.
Application Submission Note: Although a license can be issued without an appointment, a licensee cannot act as the agent of an insurer without an agent appointment by the insurer. Each insurer for whom you act as an agent must appoint you. Only an Insurer is authorized to submit an appointment.
An Insurer is required to submit an appointment for any producer acting as its agent. In order to sell on behalf of an insurer as a Limited Lines Producer an individual must be appointed by an Insurer.
Your license will be inactivated. In order to maintain a license you must have an active appointment by an Insurer.
The license term is April 1st to March 31st of odd years. The Department will send out renewal notices for existing licensees at the beginning of the odd year. Note the license term is fixed and there is no prorating of license fees.
2011 renewal fee chart.
For answers to additional questions that have not been addressed in the FAQs above, send an email to email@example.com please be sure to provide a telephone number where we can contact you.
Vermont Department of Financial Regulation
Insurance Division – Producer Licensing
89 Main Street
Montpelier, VT 05620-3101
(802) 828-3303 Telephone
(802) 828-1633 Fax