Section: Requirements for certificate holder to do business.
9. No holder of a certificate of certification qualified under the provisions of this act shall engage in the fire protection equipment business unless the certificate holder:
a. Maintains at least one business office within this State or files with the commissioner a statement, duly executed and sworn to before a person authorized by the laws of this State to administer oaths, containing a power of attorney constituting the commissioner the true and lawful attorney of the certificate holder upon whom all original process in an action or legal proceeding against the certificate holder may be served and in which the certificate holder agrees that the original process that may be served upon the commissioner shall be of the same force and validity as if served upon the certificate holder and that the authority thereof shall continue in force so long as the certificate holder engages in the fire protection equipment business;
b. Clearly marks the outside of each installation and service vehicle to be used in conjunction with the fire protection equipment business with the business name as determined by the commissioner;
c. Maintains an emergency service number attended to on a 24-hour basis and responds appropriately to emergencies on a 24-hour basis as determined by the commissioner.
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