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 41-1027. Return of license. (1) All licenses, although issued and delivered as to the licensee producer, adjuster or surplus lines broker, shall at all times be the property of the state of Idaho. Upon any expiration, termination, suspension or revocation of the license, the licensee or other person having possession or custody of the license shall deliver it to the director either by personal delivery or by mail.
(2)  In the case of any license that is lost, stolen or destroyed while in the possession of a licensee or other person, the director may, in lieu of the return of the license, accept the affidavits of the licensee or other person responsible for or involved in the safekeeping of such license concerning the facts of the loss, theft or destruction.

[41-1027, added 2001, ch. 296, sec. 3, p. 1062.]

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