33-1-1509. License offenses. (1) A person commits the offense of conducting an insurance transaction without a license when the person purposely or knowingly solicits, negotiates, or sells insurance, as defined in 33-1-201, without first obtaining a license to conduct insurance transactions from the commissioner of insurance pursuant to Title 33.
(2) Except as provided in subsection (1), a person commits the offense of operating without a required license when the person purposely or knowingly engages in the acts of an insurance adjuster, insurance consultant, public adjuster, or temporary insurance producer, as those acts are set out in 33-17-102, 33-17-103, 33-17-216, and 33-17-1502, without first obtaining a license from the commissioner of insurance pursuant to Title 33.
(3) A corporation or other entity commits the offenses stated in this section when:
(a) a director, officer, servant, employee, or other person who is authorized to act on behalf of the entity commits the prohibited acts; or
(b) a manager or similarly empowered agent of the entity authorizes, requests, or commands the commission of the prohibited acts.
(4) A person convicted of a license offense shall be fined an amount not to exceed $50,000 or be imprisoned in the state prison for a term not to exceed 10 years, or both.