Hawaii Administrative Rules
Title 16 - DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE AND CONSUMER AFFAIRS
Chapter 74 - BOXING
Subchapter 11 - PROMOTERS
Section 16-74-218 - Contracts for bouts

Universal Citation: HI Admin Rules 16-74-218

Current through February, 2024

(a) Required. No boxing contest shall be held unless contracts between promoter or club and the boxers or their managers have been duly executed and filed with the commission, according to the rules hereinafter stated.

(b) Filing. All contracts coming within the jurisdiction of the commission shall be in writing and shall be executed in triplicate; one copy of the contract must be given to the boxer or manager at the time of signing and one copy must be filed forthwith with the commission after signing.

(c) Form. Official contract blanks, which must be used for all bouts, will be furnished by the commission.

(d) Content. All contracts must name the opponent and fix a certain date for the contest.

(e) Verbal. No verbal agreement or written agreement other than the contract on the official contract form will be recognized by the commission. Any "blanket contract" or option on a boxer's services must be filed with the commission and be subject to its approval. However, a separate contract must be signed for each bout.

(f) Division of purse. All contracts between the club and the contestant or his manager must state the division of the percentage of the gate receipts or the amount of the purse.

(g) Approval. All contracts between promoter and boxer are contingent upon the commission's approval.

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