Except as otherwise provided in subdivision 2, the commissioner must issue a certificate of registration to an individual who complies with section 81A.05, subdivision 1, or whose application has been accepted under section 81A.05, subdivision 2.
(a) The commissioner may refuse to issue a certificate of registration if the commissioner determines that the applicant has engaged in conduct that has a significant adverse effect on the applicant's fitness to act as an athlete agent. In making the determination, the commissioner may consider whether the applicant has:
(1) been convicted of a crime that, if committed in this state, would be a crime involving moral turpitude or a felony;
(2) made a materially false, misleading, deceptive, or fraudulent representation in the application or as an athlete agent;
(3) engaged in conduct that would disqualify the applicant from serving in a fiduciary capacity;
(4) engaged in conduct prohibited by section 81A.14;
(5) had a registration or licensure as an athlete agent suspended, revoked, or denied or been refused renewal of registration or licensure as an athlete agent in any state;
(6) engaged in conduct the consequence of which was that a sanction, suspension, or declaration of ineligibility to participate in an interscholastic or intercollegiate athletic event was imposed on a student athlete or educational institution; or
(7) engaged in conduct that significantly adversely reflects on the applicant's credibility, honesty, or integrity.
(b) In making a determination under paragraph (a), the commissioner shall consider:
(1) how recently the conduct occurred;
(2) the nature of the conduct and the context in which it occurred; and
(3) any other relevant conduct of the applicant.
An athlete agent may apply to renew a registration by submitting an application for renewal in a form prescribed by the commissioner. The application for renewal must be signed by the applicant under penalty of perjury and must contain current information on all matters required in an original registration.
An individual who has submitted an application for renewal of registration or licensure in another state, in lieu of submitting an application for renewal in the form prescribed under subdivision 3, may file a copy of the application for renewal and a valid certificate of registration or licensure from the other state. The commissioner must accept the application for renewal from the other state as an application for renewal in this state if the application to the other state:
(1) was submitted in the other state within six months next preceding the filing in this state and the applicant certifies the information contained in the application for renewal is current;
(2) contains information substantially similar to or more comprehensive than that required in an application for renewal submitted in this state; and
(3) was signed by the applicant under penalty of perjury.
A certificate of registration or a renewal of a registration is valid for two years.
Official Publication of the State of Minnesota
Revisor of Statutes