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KARATE SCHOOLS

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Karate schools are not regulated or licensed by any agency, nor do they fall under the Bureau for Private Postsecondary Education because they are purely recreational. If they advertise that a person who completes their training can be placed in a job, they must be regulated by the Bureau.


Complaints concerning a contractual agreement may be considered a civil matter to be resolved in Small Claims Court or by retaining a private attorney.



See Also: Athletic Commission for regulations regarding children's headgear, etc.



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