§ 21.21. Conditions of certification.

 When there is reasonable cause to believe that a certified agent has had a change in physical or psychological circumstances which would render the agent ineligible for original certification, the following action must be taken:

   (1)  Physical reexamination. A written notice will be issued informing the agent that he must undergo a physical examination conducted by a physician at the agent’s expense. The examination must be identical to the original physical examination which is required for initial certification. The examining physician must submit the physical examination form as prescribed by §  21.11 (relating to applicant qualification requirements).

   (2)  Psychological reexamination. A written notice will be issued informing the agent that he must undergo a psychological examination conducted by a psychologist at the agent’s expense. The examination must be identical to the original psychological examination which is required for initial certification. The examining psychologist must submit the psychological examination form as prescribed by §  21.11.

   (3)  Mandatory provisions. A certified agent who is directed to undergo either, or both, of the reexaminations must cooperatively participate in the examinations. Failure to comply with this section shall result in the immediate suspension of the agent’s certification.



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