(b) If the assisted living residence handles any money for residents within the assisted living residence, the licensee or his or her authorized representative shall give a bond in an amount consistent with this subsection and with such surety as the secretary shall approve. The bond shall be upon condition that the licensee shall hold separately and in trust all residents' funds deposited with the licensee, shall administer the funds on behalf of the resident in the manner directed by the depositor, shall render a true and complete account to the depositor and the secretary when requested, and at least quarterly to the resident, and upon termination of the deposit, shall account for all funds received, expended and held on hand. The licensee shall file a bond in a sum to be fixed by the secretary based upon the magnitude of the operations of the applicant, but which sum may not be less than two thousand five hundred dollars.
(c) Every person injured as a result of any improper or unlawful handling of the money of a resident of an assisted living residence may bring an action in a proper court on the bond required to be posted by the licensee pursuant to this subsection for the amount of damage suffered as a result thereof to the extent covered by the bond. Whenever the secretary determines that the amount of any bond which is filed pursuant to this subsection is insufficient to adequately protect the money of residents which is being handled or whenever the amount of any bond is impaired by any recovery against the bond, the secretary may require the licensee to file an additional bond in such amount as necessary to adequately protect the money of residents being handled.
(d) The provisions of subsection (b) of this section do not apply if the licensee handles less than twenty-five dollars per resident and less than five hundred dollars for all residents in any month.