Terms Used In Kansas Statutes 50-1119
- Commissioner: means the state bank commissioner or designee, who shall be the deputy commissioner of the consumer and mortgage lending division of the office of the state bank commissioner. See Kansas Statutes 50-1117
- Consumer: means an individual who is a resident of this state. See Kansas Statutes 50-1117
- Damages: Money paid by defendants to successful plaintiffs in civil cases to compensate the plaintiffs for their injuries.
- State: when applied to the different parts of the United States, includes the District of Columbia and the territories. See Kansas Statutes 77-201
Each applicant or licensee shall file with the commissioner a surety bond in a form acceptable to the commissioner. The surety bond shall be issued by a surety or insurance company authorized to conduct business in this state, securing the applicant’s or licensee’s faithful performance of all duties and obligations of a licensee. The surety bond shall:
(a) Be payable to the office of the state bank commissioner;
(b) provide that the bond may not be terminated without 30 days prior written notice to the commissioner, and that such termination shall not affect the surety’s liability for violations of the Kansas credit services organization act occurring prior to the effective date of cancellation, and principal and surety shall be and remain liable for a period of two years from the date of any action or inaction of principal that gives rise to a claim under the bond;
(c) provide that the bond shall not expire for two years after the date of surrender, revocation or expiration of the applicant’s or licensee’s license, whichever shall first occur;
(d) be available for:
(1) The recovery of expenses, fines and fees levied by the commissioner under this act; and
(2) payment of losses or damages which are determined by the commissioner to have been incurred by any consumer as a result of the applicant’s or licensee’s failure to comply with the requirements of this act; and
(e) the amount of the bond shall be $25,000. The amount of the bond may be increased up to $1,000,000, as further defined by rules and regulations adopted by the commissioner.