Collection Agencies Legislation
Legislative Change Resources
2011 Legislative Changes
House Bill 63 - Relative to clarification on licensure of employees of licensed collection agencies.
House Bill 298 – Insurance Law Changes Effective July 1, 2011, update to North Carolina General Statute 58-2-69(g) relative to the Commissioner contracting with the NAIC or other persons for the provision of online services to applicants and licensees.
2010 Rules Filing
The following North Carolina Administrative Rule changes for Title 11 NCAC Chapter 13 applicable to Collection Agencies were approved for an October 1, 2010 effective date:
Chapter 13 - Repealed Rules Effective 10-1-2010
11 NCAC 13.0101-0105
- 11 NCAC 13 .0101 DEFINITIONS
- 11 NCAC 13 .0102 PURPOSE OF DIVISION
- 11 NCAC 13 .0103 DEPUTY COMMISSIONER
- 11 NCAC 13 .0104 DIVISION PERSONNEL
- 11 NCAC 13 .0105 FIELD INVESTIGATIONS: EXAMINATIONS
ALL OF THE CURRENT TITLE 11, NORTH CAROLINA ADMINISTRATIVE CODE, CHAPTER 13 RULES
Initial and Renewal License Fee Increases:
On August 7, 2009, Governor Perdue signed Senate Bill 202 into law. This was a budget appropriations bill for current operations of state departments, institutions, and agencies. Based on this bill, the license fees for certain Department of Insurance licenses issued by Agent Services Division were increased effective 8/15/2009.
License fees for bail bondsmen, runners, premium finance companies, motor clubs, collection agencies, and viatical settlement brokers were increased. View full text of Senate Bill 202.
New Collection Agency Requirements: