Any individual who solicits insurance on behalf of an insurer; takes or transmits other than for him or herself an application for insurance or a policy of insurance to or from an insurer; advertises or otherwise gives notice that he or she will transmit insurance policies or applications; receives, collects, or transmits any premium of insurance, or performs any other acts in the making of an insurance contract for or with an insurer, other than for him or herself, must be a licensed agent of the insurer for which the act is done or the risk is taken.
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