[§431:9A-112.5] Controlled business. (a) The commissioner shall neither grant nor extend a producer's license to any person if the commissioner has reasonable cause to believe that:
(1) In the case of an application for license extension, during either of the two calendar years immediately preceding the extension date of the license, the aggregate amount of premiums on insurance represented by controlled business exceeded the aggregate amount of premiums on all other insurance business of the licensee; or
(2) The circumstances of the applicant for license issuance or extension are such as to cause the commissioner reasonably to believe that during the twelve-month period that would immediately follow the issuance or extension of the license, if granted, the aggregate amount of premiums on controlled business would exceed the aggregate amount of premiums on all other insurance business of the applicant.
(b) "Controlled business" means insurance procured or to be procured by or through a licensee upon:
(1) The licensee's own life, person, property, or risks, or those of the licensee's immediate family; or
(2) The life, person, property, or risks of the licensee's employer or partnership, of which the licensee or a member of the licensee's immediate family is an officer, director, substantial stockholder, partner, associate, or employee. [L 2002, c 155, pt of §3]