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58 Pa. Code § 436a.3. Permitting of representatives and fiduciaries.

§ 436a.3. Permitting of representatives and fiduciaries.

 (a)  Every representative or fiduciary shall be permitted in accordance with this section.

 (b)  Every representative or fiduciary shall file a completed Horsemen’s Permit Application Form with the permit fee posted on the Board’s web site (

 (c)  Applicants and permittees under this section shall be subject to the general application requirements of Chapters 421a and 423a (relating to general provisions; and applications).

 (d)  Permits issued under this section will be valid for 3 years from the date on which the permit is approved by the Board.

 (e)  Renewals will be valid for 3 years and shall be filed at least 60 days prior to the expiration of the current permit.

 (f)  A permit for which a completed renewal application and fee has been received by the Board will continue in effect until the Board sends written notification to the permittee that the Board has approved or denied the renewal of the permit.

 (g)  If a representative or fiduciary is denied a permit required by this section, that representative or fiduciary shall be precluded from engaging in any activity involving gaming funds allocated to, received by or distributed from the horsemen’s organization.

 (h)  A person who is a third-party provider of a health or pension benefit plan to a horsemen’s organization shall be exempt from the requirements of this section.

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