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Chapter 54-4 RENEWAL/REGISTRATION UPDATE

Rule 54-4-.01 [Repealed]

Rule 54-4-.02 Change of Name or Address

It is the duty of each registrant to notify the Secretary of State in writing if their name or address changes from that which they previously filed with the Secretary of State. A notice of change of name must be accompanied by a certified copy of a marriage certificate, Court order or other legal document. Changes of address may be made online by the registrant, or by written request to the Secretary of State.

Rule 54-4-.03 Biennial Renewal Cycle

(1) An initial registration shall become effective upon issuance of the registration number by the Secretary of State that the applicant has been assigned a registration number.
(2) All registrations shall expire on June 30 of odd numbered years.
(3) Notice of registration expiration will be emailed to all registered athlete agents with valid email addresses on file with the Secretary of State; otherwise, notice of registration expiration will be mailed by regular mail to the mailing address on file. Notice will provide instruction on renewing the registration online, as well as providing instruction on obtaining a renewal application by mail.
(4) The applicant for renewal shall submit to the Secretary of State, on or before June 30 of odd numbered years:
(a) a complete Application for Renewal; and
(b) the biennial renewal fee (See Fee Schedule); and
(c) a surety bond in accordance with these rules.
(5) A person whose registration has expired may no longer practice the occupation of athlete agent.

Rule 54-4-.04 [Repealed]

Rule 54-4-.05 Revocation for Failure to Renew

A registration shall be revoked for failure to renew if the registration has expired and the licensee has failed to meet the requirements for renewal on or before July 1 of the renewal year. In order to reinstate the registration, a person whose registration has been revoked for failure to renew must apply for registration following the procedure set out in Chapter 54-3. The applicant must satisfy the current requirements for registration set out in Chapter 54-3. In order to meet the current requirements, the applicant may use any qualifying experience and training, including any which was applied toward their initial registration. In addition to all other fees, a person seeking to reinstate a registration that has been revoked, must pay a reinstatement fee (see Fee Schedule).

Rule 54-4-.06 [Repealed]