Section 8-26A-5


Published: 2015

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Section 8-26A-5

Section 8-26A-5Registration as athlete agent; form; requirements.

(a) An applicant for registration shall submit an application for registration to the Secretary of State in a form prescribed by the Secretary of State. The application shall be in the name of an individual and, except as otherwise provided in subsection (b), signed or otherwise authenticated by the applicant under penalty of perjury and shall state or contain all of the following:



(1) The name of the applicant and the address of the applicant's principal place of business.



(2) The name of the applicant's business or employer, if applicable.



(3) Any business or occupation engaged in by the applicant for the five years next preceding the date of submission of the application.



(4) A description of the applicant's:



a. Formal training as an athlete agent.



b. Practical experience as an athlete agent.



c. Educational background relating to the applicant's activities as an athlete agent.



(5) The names and addresses of three individuals not related to the applicant who are willing to serve as references.



(6) The name, sport, and last known team for each individual for whom the applicant acted as an athlete agent during the five years next preceding the date of submission of the application.



(7) The names and addresses of all persons who are:



a. With respect to the athlete agent's business if it is not a corporation, the partners, members, officers, managers, associates, or profit-sharers of the business.



b. With respect to a corporation employing the athlete agent, the officers, directors, and any shareholder of the corporation having an interest of five percent or greater.



(8) Whether the applicant or any person named pursuant to subdivision (7) has been convicted of a crime that, if committed in this state, would be a crime involving moral turpitude or a felony, and identify the crime.



(9) Whether there has been any administrative or judicial determination that the applicant or any person named pursuant to subdivision (7) has made a false, misleading, deceptive, or fraudulent representation.



(10) Any instance in which the conduct of the applicant or any person named pursuant to subdivision (7) resulted in the imposition of a sanction, suspension, or declaration of ineligibility to participate in an interscholastic or intercollegiate athletic event on a student-athlete or educational institution.



(11) Any sanction, suspension, or disciplinary action taken against the applicant or any person named pursuant to subdivision (7) arising out of occupational or professional conduct.



(12) Whether there has been any denial of an application for, suspension or revocation of, or refusal to renew, the registration or licensure of the applicant or any person named pursuant to subdivision (7) as an athlete agent in any state.



(b) An individual who has submitted an application for, and holds a certificate of, registration or licensure as an athlete agent in another state, may submit a copy of the application and certificate in lieu of submitting an application in the form prescribed pursuant to subsection (a). The Secretary of State shall accept the application and the certificate from the other state as an application for registration in this state if the application to the other state meets all of the following criteria:



(1) It was submitted in the other state within six months next preceding the submission of the application in this state and the applicant certifies that the information contained in the application is current.



(2) It contains information substantially similar to or more comprehensive than that required in an application submitted in this state.



(3) It was signed by the applicant under penalty of perjury.



(c) An applicant for registration shall be a citizen of the United States or, if not a citizen of the United States, a person who is legally present in the United States with appropriate documentation from the federal government.

(Act 2001-701, p. 1494, §1; Act 2011-173, p. 337, §3.)