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For residents, if the pre-empting Property and Casualty or Accident and Health license is suspended for education, suspended for compliance, or voluntarily surrendered, the Surplus Lines license will be inactivated. If the pre-empting license that was suspended for education is reinstated with the 90 day statutory limit, the Surplus Lines license will remain inactive. The licensee will need to re-apply for the Surplus Lines license, and resubmit application fees.
If a resident does not re-submit a new application and fee within 12 months of the inactivation date, the licensee will need to register for re-examination of the Surplus Lines exam and pass before being re-issued a new Surplus Lines license.
For non-residents, if the home state license becomes inactive, terminated for education, suspended for compliance, or voluntarily surrendered, the non-resident Michigan license will be inactivated. The license will not automatically be reinstated even if the home state license is reactivated. The non-resident will need to resubmit a new application and fees.