Conn. Agencies Regs. § 29-143j-27a - Manager

(a) All applications for a manager's license shall contain a true statement of all persons associated with the manager including family members, employees, stockholders, partners and independent contractors. On the application, the manager shall include the name and address of each contestant that the manager represents and shall designate if the contestant is an amateur or professional. During the course of a bout, a licensed manager may act as a second for such manager's contestant without the need for licensure as a second. Managers shall keep accurate records of the receipts and expenses of the contestants under the manager's management and control.
(b) No manager shall contract for the services of a contestant under the manager's management for a bout scheduled after the expiration date of the contract between the manager and the manager's contestant unless such bout has been approved by the commissioner or such commissioner's authorized representative.
(c) The commissioner shall not recognize any contract between a manager and a boxer or mixed martial arts competitor unless a copy of the contract is filed with the commissioner at the time that either become licensed in this state or no later than thirty days of the signing of the contract if the contract was entered into after the boxer, mixed martial arts competitor or the manager became licensed in this state.
(d) The fee for a manager's license shall be one hundred thirty dollars.


Conn. Agencies Regs. § 29-143j-27a
Effective November 6, 2015

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