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§ 37.05. Theatrical employment; financial investigations and security.
A theatrical employment agent shall investigate whether or not any
employer (person, firm or corporation) who is offering employment to an
applicant for employment, has defaulted in the payment of salaries, fees
or other compensation to any performer or group of performers or has
left stranded any performing companies or individuals or groups, during
the five years preceding the date of the application. An agent shall not
procure or undertake to procure employment or engagements on the part of
any performer or groups of performers for an employer who has failed to
pay salaries, fees or other compensation, or who has left stranded any
performer or groups of performers or any performing companies or
individuals during the five years preceding the date of the application,
unless such employer (person, firm or corporation) shall provide
sufficient security for the direct benefit of the performer or
performers and in an amount ample to pay the performer or performers
their full compensation for the specified employment or engagement
designated in the employment or engagement contract. The provisions of
this section shall not apply to employment or engagements in modeling.