(a) A certificate holder shall be considered inactive upon the acceptance of the surrender of its license by the commissioner or upon the nonreceipt by the commissioner of the certificate of authority renewal application and fees.
(b) A certificate holder shall cease all preneed sales to the public upon becoming inactive. The certificate holder shall collect and deposit into trust all of the funds paid toward preneed contracts sold prior to becoming inactive.
(c) Any certificate holder desiring to surrender its license to the commissioner shall first do all of the following:
(1) File notice with the commissioner.
(2) Submit copies of its existing trust agreements.
(3) Submit a sample copy of each type of preneed contract sold.
(4) Resolve to the commissioner's satisfaction all findings and violations resulting from the last examination conducted.
(5) Pay all outstanding fines and invoices due the commissioner.
(6) Submit its current certificate of authority.
(d) Upon receipt of the notice, the commissioner shall review the certificate holder's trust funds, trust agreements, and evidence of all outstanding preneed contracts.
(e) After a review to the commissioner's satisfaction, the commissioner shall terminate the certificate of authority by an order which shall set forth the conditions of termination established by the commissioner to ensure that the preneed funds will be available for their intended purpose.
(f) The trust fund of the certificate holder shall be held intact and in trust after the certificate holder has become inactive, and the funds in that trust shall be disbursed in accordance with the requirements of the written contracts until the funds have been exhausted.
(g) The commissioner shall continue to have jurisdiction over the inactive certificate holder as if the certificate were active and to require the reports and inspect the records as the commissioner deems appropriate so long as there are funds in trust or preneed contracts that are not fulfilled.
(h) In addition to any other terms of revocation or suspension ordered pursuant to Chapter 13 of Title 34, the provisions of this chapter may also apply.