7870.0020 Applicant's Affidavit


Published: 2015

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7870.0020 APPLICANT'S AFFIDAVIT.

An application for a Class A license must include, on a form prepared by the commission, an affidavit of the chief executive officer of a major financial participant in the applicant setting forth:

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A.

That application is made for a Class A license to own and operate a horse racing facility at which pari-mutuel betting is conducted.


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B.

That affiant is the agent of the applicant, its owners, partners, members, directors, officers, and personnel and is duly authorized to make the representations in the application on their behalf. Documentation of the authority must be attached.


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C.

That the applicant seeks a grant of a privilege from the state of Minnesota, and the burden of proving the applicant's qualifications rests at all times with the applicant.


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D.

That the applicant consents to inquiries by the state of Minnesota, its employees, the commission members, staff, and agents into the financial, character, and other qualifications of the applicant by contacting individuals and organizations.


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E.

That the applicant, its owners, partners, members, directors, officers, and personnel accept any risk of adverse public notice, embarrassment, criticism, or other circumstance, including financial loss, which may result from action with respect to the application and expressly waive any claim which otherwise could be made against the state of Minnesota, its employees, the commission, staff, or agents.


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F.

That affiant has read the applicant's identification and disclosures and knows the contents; the contents are true to affiant's own knowledge, except matters therein stated or information and belief; as to those matters, affiant believes them to be true.


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G.

That the applicant recognizes all representations in the application are binding on it, and false or misleading information in the application, omission of required information, or substantial deviation from representations in the application may result in denial, revocation, or suspension of a license or imposition of a fine.


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H.

That the applicant will comply with Minnesota Statutes, chapter 240 and all rules of the commission.


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I.

The affiant's signature, name, organization, position, address, and telephone number.


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J.

The date.