Compulsory Third Party Insurer's Licence - Queensland

Service summary

You need this licence to operate as a Compulsory Third Party Personal Injury Motor Vehicle Insurer.

Service type

Licence

A licence defines the need to obtain recognition / certification and registration to undertake a certain business activity.

Eligibility requirements


You should comply with sections 62 to 73 of the Motor Accident Insurance Act 1994 (MAI Act) and sections 24 and 25 of the Motor Accident Insurance Regulation 2004 (MAI Regulation).

Transferability

You cannot transfer this licence.

Duration

Continuity is subject to compliance with the licence requirements.

Fees

No fees are payable for this licence.

Application

You can obtain this licence by submitting a written application to the Motor Accident Insurance Commission. You need to submit the information and materials prescribed in section 62 of the MAI Act and section 24 of the MAI Regulation with your application.

What is required after applying but before approval is granted?

The Commission will determine your application under section 63 of the MAI Act.


Administering agency

Queensland Treasury
Motor Accident Insurance Commission

Act(s) name

Motor Accident Insurance Act 1994 (Queensland)

Regulation(s) name

Motor Accident Insurance Regulation 2004 (Queensland)

Contact details

Queensland Treasury
Motor Accident Insurance Commission

Operating address:
Level 9, 33 Charlotte Street
BRISBANE
Queensland 4000
Mailing address:
GPO Box 1083
Brisbane
Queensland 4001

Phone:

07 3035 6327

Fax:

07 3229 3214

Website:

http://www.maic.qld.gov.au Opens in a new browser window

CTP Helpline - (for claim and premium information)
Queensland Treasury
Motor Accident Insurance Commission

Phone:

1300 302 568

Supporting information

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