Countersignature Law

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Countersignature Law

In the United States, a law requiring an insurance policy to be signed by an insurance agent who is licensed to practice in the state where the policy is issued. Countersignature laws are not federal, but rather exist at the level of individual states.
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The Council began its challenge of counter-signature laws last year in Florida.
Bob Wise for his decision earlier this week to sign the counter-signature law.
These counter-signature laws are egregious and stubborn vestiges of protectionism that have no place in the 21st Century.
CIAB has a similar case pending against Nevada's counter-signature law.