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43A.39 COMPLIANCE WITH LAW.
    Subdivision 1. Prohibited acts; penalties. All employees shall comply with and aid in
all proper ways the enforcement of the provisions of this chapter. No employee or any other
person shall intentionally:
(a) Make any false oral or written statement, mark, rating or report concerning any
application, selection process, or appointment made under provisions of this chapter or in any
manner commit or attempt to commit any fraud preventing the impartial execution of this chapter;
(b) Directly or indirectly, give, render, pay, offer, solicit, or accept any money, service or
other valuable consideration for any appointment, proposed appointment, promotion or proposed
promotion to, or any advantage in obtaining, a position in the civil service;
(c) Defeat, deceive, or obstruct any person in exercising rights under this chapter, or furnish
to any person any special or secret information for the purpose of affecting the rights or prospects
of any person with respect to appointment, advancement or retention in the classified service;
(d) Violate the provisions of section 43A.37 or 43A.38; or
(e) If in the classified service, engage in activities prohibited by section 43A.32.
    Subd. 2. Noncompliance. Any employee who intentionally fails to comply with the
provisions of chapter 43A shall be subject to disciplinary action and action pursuant to chapter
609. An appointing authority shall report in writing to the legislative auditor when there is
probable cause to believe that a substantial violation has occurred. Any person convicted of a
crime based on violations of this chapter shall be ineligible for appointment in the civil service
for three years following conviction.
    Subd. 3. Violations; position vacated. Intentional violation of section 43A.37 may be cause
for disciplinary action and conviction of an employee in the classified service under section
43A.32 shall render the position vacant.
History: 1981 c 210 s 39; 1982 c 560 s 36; 2004 c 207 s 28