(1) An application for license as a service warranty association shall be made to, and filed with, the office on printed forms as prescribed by the commission and furnished by the office.
(2) In addition to information relative to its qualifications as required under s. 634.404, the commission may require that the application show:
(a) The location of the applicant’s home office.
(b) The name and residence address of each director, officer, and 10-percent or greater stockholder of the applicant.
(c) Such other pertinent information as may be required by the commission.
(3) The commission may require that the application, when filed, be accompanied by:
(a) A copy of the applicant’s articles of incorporation, certified by the public official having custody of the original, and a copy of the applicant’s bylaws, certified by the applicant’s secretary.
(b) A copy of the most recent financial statement of the applicant, verified under oath of at least two of its principal officers.
(c) A license fee in the amount of $200, as required under s. 634.403.
(4) Upon completion of the application for license, the office shall examine the application and make such further investigation of the applicant as it deems advisable. If it finds that the applicant is qualified therefor, the office shall issue to the applicant a license as a service warranty association. If the office does not find the applicant to be qualified, it shall refuse to issue the license and shall give the applicant written notice of such refusal, setting forth the grounds therefor.