Article 9.3 does not prevent a Party from adopting or maintaining a measure that prescribes formal requirements in connection with the supply of a service, provided that such requirements are not applied in a manner which would constitute a means of arbitrary or unjustifiable discrimination.
These measures include requirements:
(a) to obtain a licence, registration, certification, or authorisation in order to supply a service or as a membership requirement of a particular profession, such as requiring membership in a professional organisation or participation in collective compensation funds for members of professional organisations;
(b) for a service supplier to have a local agent for service or maintain a local address;
(c) to speak a national language or hold a driver’s licence; or
(d) that a service supplier:
(i) post a bond or other form of financial security;
(ii) establish or contribute to a trust account;
(iii) maintain a particular type and amount of insurance;
(iv) provide other similar guarantees; or
(v) provide access to records.