2019 PRCA Rule Book
B18.104.22.168.2 Relevant Time for Determining Residence. For purposes of the Required Participation Rule, a contestant’s Place of Residence shall be determined as of the time the contestant’s dues are paid and circuit designation is made. Except for changes made due to a discrepancy timely brought to the PRCA’s attention pursuant to Section B9.3.1, once a circuit designation is made, that designation can be changed only at the time of the contestant’s next payment of dues. Changes in a contestant’s Place of Residence during the Rodeo Year or the contestant designated Circuit are irrelevant for purposes of the Required Participation Rule. For purposes of the Required Participation Rule, a Permit Member who fills his permit and purchases a Contestant Card Membership during the Rodeo Year may not change his Place of Residence or Designated Circuit when he pays dues to become a Contestant Card Member. B22.214.171.124 Challenge to Place of Residence/Home Office or Number of Rodeos. Any Member may challenge the validity of another Member’s declared Place of Residence or home base, or the number of rodeos in which another Member competed, by filing a challenge in writing to the PRCA Circuit Coordinator no later than the year-end cut-off date of the challenged Member’s Designated Circuit. If challenged and unable to prove Place of Residence or home base within the Designated Circuit, or unable to prove the number of rodeos in which the Member competed, a Member may be disqualified from participating at the Circuit Finals Rodeo and may be required to forfeit any advancements, privileges and/ or awards received in connection with that Circuit.
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