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2007 Minnesota Statutes

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141.35 EXEMPTIONS.
    Sections 141.21 to 141.32 shall not apply to the following:
    (1) public postsecondary institutions;
    (2) postsecondary institutions registered under sections 136A.615 to 136A.71;
    (3) schools of nursing accredited by the state Board of Nursing or an equivalent public board
of another state or foreign country;
    (4) private schools complying with the requirements of section 120A.22, subdivision 4;
    (5) courses taught to students in a valid apprenticeship program taught by or required by a
trade union;
    (6) schools exclusively engaged in training physically or mentally disabled persons for the
state of Minnesota;
    (7) schools licensed by boards authorized under Minnesota law to issue licenses;
    (8) schools and educational programs, or training programs, contracted for by persons, firms,
corporations, government agencies, or associations, for the training of their own employees, for
which no fee is charged the employee;
    (9) schools engaged exclusively in the teaching of purely avocational, recreational, or
remedial subjects as determined by the office;
    (10) classes, courses, or programs conducted by a bona fide trade, professional, or fraternal
organization, solely for that organization's membership;
    (11) programs in the fine arts provided by organizations exempt from taxation under section
290.05 and registered with the attorney general under chapter 309. For the purposes of this clause,
"fine arts" means activities resulting in artistic creation or artistic performance of works of the
imagination which are engaged in for the primary purpose of creative expression rather than
commercial sale or employment. In making this determination the office may seek the advice and
recommendation of the Minnesota Board of the Arts;
    (12) classes, courses, or programs intended to fulfill the continuing education requirements
for licensure or certification in a profession, that have been approved by a legislatively or
judicially established board or agency responsible for regulating the practice of the profession,
and that are offered exclusively to an individual practicing the profession;
    (13) classes, courses, or programs intended to prepare students to sit for undergraduate,
graduate, postgraduate, or occupational licensing and occupational entrance examinations;
    (14) classes, courses, or programs providing 16 or fewer clock hours of instruction that are
not part of the curriculum for an occupation or entry level employment;
    (15) classes, courses, or programs providing instruction in personal development, modeling,
or acting;
    (16) training or instructional programs, in which one instructor teaches an individual student,
that are not part of the curriculum for an occupation or are not intended to prepare a person for
entry level employment; and
    (17) schools with no physical presence in Minnesota, as determined by the office, engaged
exclusively in offering distance instruction that are located in and regulated by other states or
jurisdictions.
History: 1969 c 866 s 15; 1973 c 714 s 20; 1977 c 59 s 1; 1980 c 559 s 4; 1989 c 209 art 1 s
13; art 2 s 1; 1990 c 562 art 3 s 11; 1992 c 513 art 1 s 27; 1995 c 212 art 3 s 59; 1998 c 397 art
11 s 3; 1999 c 214 art 3 s 34; 2005 c 56 s 1; 2005 c 107 art 3 s 19; 2007 c 144 art 3 s 30

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