ADMINISTRATION OF THE GOVERNMENT (Chapters 1 through 182)
PRIVATE CORRESPONDENCE SCHOOLS
Representatives of correspondence schools; necessity of license; fees
[ Text of section effective until August 1, 2012. Repealed by 2012, 106, Sec. 2. See 2012, 106, Sec. 9.]
Section 3. No representative of any correspondence school, which is located within or without the commonwealth, who, in person, solicits enrollments or sells courses therein in the commonwealth, shall make representations or give counsel concerning the educational content or quality of or the benefits to be derived from correspondence courses in such school unless licensed by the commissioner and bonded in compliance with the provisions of section four.
A person desiring to be licensed as a representative of a correspondence school shall make application therefor to the commissioner and if he satisfies said commissioner that he is of good moral character, the commissioner shall license him as a representative of such correspondence school. The fee for issuance of a license to a representative of a correspondence school and the fee for each renewal thereof shall be determined annually by the commissioner of administration under the provision of section three B of chapter seven.