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|Surplus Lines - Frequently Asked Questions|
|Who can answer a question about surplus lines licensing?
Joseph McDougal at firstname.lastname@example.org
|Is New Jersey a "White List" state? If so, can I have
a copy of the list?
The list of eligible Surplus Lines insurers can be found here.
|Does New Jersey have an Exportable List for Surplus Lines? If so,
can I have a copy of the list?
The Exportable List can be found here.
|Is there an application package for a non-admitted company to become
an eligible Surplus Lines insurer in New Jersey?
Yes, please make a request, in writing, to the Surplus Lines Examining Office, State of New Jersey, Department of Banking and Insurance, P.O. Box 325, Trenton, New Jersey 08625-0325 or e-mail to email@example.com
|Can a risk be placed with an eligible Surplus Lines insurer without
using a New Jersey Surplus Lines producer?
New Jersey's statutes and administrative code require that a Surplus Lines placement be made by a New Jersey Surplus Lines producer.
|Can my firm obtain Surplus Lines authority without having a resident
office in the State?
Yes, contact Licensing and Insurance Education for further information, firstname.lastname@example.org
|Who can answer a question that is not covered under the Department's
Please call William Leach at (609) 292-5350, extension 50088, to obtain assistance for specific issues not otherwise covered.
What is the Surplus Lines state tax?
How do I obtain a "Direct Procurement Tax Return" in order to remit taxes on an out-of-state surplus lines placement with premium allocated to New Jersey?
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