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Chapter 317

Effective - 28 Aug 2018, 2 histories bottom

  317.019.  Bout contracts required, when — contents, changes — payment of event official's fees. — 1.  The promoter of a professional boxing, professional kickboxing, amateur kickboxing, professional full-contact karate, professional mixed martial arts, and amateur mixed martial arts contest shall sign written bout contracts with each professional or amateur contestant.  Original bout contracts shall be filed with the division prior to the event as required by the rules of the office.  The bout contract shall be on a form supplied by the division and contain at least the following:

  (1)  The weight required of the contestant at weigh-in;

  (2)  The amount of the purse to be paid for the contest, except amateur kickboxing and amateur mixed martial arts contests;

  (3)  The date and location of the contest;

  (4)  The glove size allotted for each contestant;

  (5)  Any other payment or consideration provided to the contestant, except amateur kickboxing and amateur mixed martial arts contests;

  (6)  List of all fees, charges, and expenses including training expenses that will be assessed to the contestant or deducted from the contestant's purse, except amateur kickboxing and amateur mixed martial arts contests;

  (7)  Any advances paid to the contestant before the bout, except amateur kickboxing and amateur mixed martial arts contests;

  (8)  The amount of any compensation or consideration that a promoter has contracted to receive in connection with the bout or contest, except amateur kickboxing and amateur mixed martial arts contests;

  (9)  The signature of the promoter and contestant;

  (10)  The date signed by both the promoter and the contestant; and

  (11)  Any additional information required by the office.

  2.  If the bout contract between a contestant and promoter is changed, the promoter shall provide the division with the amended contract containing all contract changes at least two hours prior to the event's scheduled start time.  The amended contract shall comply with all requirements for original bout contracts and shall contain the signature of the promoter and contestant.

  3.  A promoter of an event shall not be a manager for a contestant who is contracted for ten rounds or more at the event.

  4.  The promoter of an event shall provide payments for the event official's fees to the office prior to the start of the event.  The form of payment shall be at the discretion of the office provided that payments remitted by check or money order shall be made payable directly to the applicable official.

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(L. 2007 H.B. 780 merged with S.B. 308, A.L. 2018 H.B. 1388)


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