To be eligible for Regular Membership in the Association, an individual shall, at the time of application;
Application for Regular Membership shall be made to the Board upon the approved form, with sponsorship of a current member of the association in good standing. The application must be accompanied by payment of the appropriate dues and fees.
No applicant shall be accepted as a Regular Member of the Association until his or her qualifications have been reviewed and approved by the Board. Where necessary, the Board may conduct an independent investigation to determine an applicant’s eligibility for Regular Membership. All questions and interpretations concerning qualifications and eligibility shall be resolved by the Board.
In the event that an application for Regular Membership is rejected by the Board, that application along with the dues and fees paid by the applicant, shall be returned to the applicant.
Regular Membership in the Association shall be renewed annually. Such renewal shall be made no later than March 31st of the current year to the Board, using the approved renewal form and accompanied by payment of appropriate dues.
Once approved for Regular Membership in the Association, an individual may continue to renew that Regular Membership on an annual basis, despite any changes in the individual’s position or employment, unless the new employment is inconsistent with or prejudicial to the mission or purpose of the Association. However, once Regular Membership in the Association lapses, the individual must reapply for Regular Membership, and must meet all the eligibility requirements at the time of reapplication. Regular membership shall lapse when the current year dues are not paid by April 1st and reinstatement of membership shall be subject to Board approval once a lapse occurs. Additional fees may be charged if the annual dues are not paid by April 1st.
Regular Membership in the Association shall terminate:
To be eligible for Associate Membership, an individual shall, at the time of application and at all times thereafter;
Support the Detection of insurance Fraud as a Non-SIU Insurance Claims or Underwriting Representative.
An Associate Member will have no voting rights nor be eligible to hold an elective or appointed office including a Director’s position. Associate Members may be excluded from any business activity of NJSIA by a majority vote of the NJSDIA Board of Directors. Annual membership dues and fees will be determined by the NJSIA Board of Directors on an annual basis.
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