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Tennessee Textbook and Instructional Materials Publishers Bond (60 Months)

The State Textbook and Instructional Materials Quality Commission is responsible for recommending an official list of textbooks and instructional materials to the Tennessee State Board of Education (SBE) for approval. Once the SBE has approved a list of textbooks and instructional materials, it is the responsibility of local boards of education to decide which textbooks and instructional materials to use in their districts. The department administers and coordinates the bidding, reviewing, listing, adoption and approval process for textbooks and instructional materials used by Tennessee schools. The department also implements the rules, policies and procedures established by the Tennessee Textbook and Instructional Materials Quality Commission regarding textbooks and instructional materials. Textbook and instructional materials shall be defined as any medium or manual of instruction which contains a systematic presentation of the principles of a subject and which constitutes a major instructional vehicle for that subject. Publishers shall file with the textbook contract a good and sufficient bond with a surety company authorized to do business in this state in the sum of $10,000 and conditioned upon the faithful performance of all conditions of the contract and TCA Title 49, Chapter 6, Part 22.

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Georgia Athlete Agent Bond ($10,000)

Georgia Athlete Agent Bond ($10,000) A Georgia Athlete Agent Bond is required by The Georgia Athletic And Entertainment Regulatory Commission to comply with the state licensing requirements before they are eligible to contact an athlete. Each state has drafted its own Athlete Agent Bond Form, so individuals will need a different bond for each state they transact business in. The surety bond guarantees that the agent will perform their responsibilities according to the contract entered into with the athlete, as well as not take any more funds than the agreed-upon commission percentage. The bond will run concurrently with the registration period and must be renewed annually by June 30 of odd years.

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Florida Para-Mutual Wagering Bond ($50,000)

Florida Para-Mutual Wagering Bond ($50,000) Parimutuel betting differs from fixed-odds betting in that the final payout is not determined until the pool is closed � in fixed odds betting, the payout is agreed at the time the bet is sold. Parimutuel gambling is frequently state-regulated, and offered in many places where gambling is otherwise illegal. Parimutuel gambling is often also offered at “off track” facilities, where players may bet on the events without actually being present to observe them in person.

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