Are you looking to take part in multiple contests in Central Texas? If so, you need to be aware of the rules and regulations that apply to each contest. The prizes for each contest will be announced separately, and it is not allowed to transfer, assign, or replace an award, except for Texas Monthly. The actual prizes and their value will vary for each contest. It is not allowed to transfer, assign, or replace a prize, except that Texas Monthly reserves the right to substitute a prize for an item of equal or greater value if the advertised prize is not available.
There will be no difference between the actual value and the approximate retail value of any prize. No replacement or cash equivalent will be made. The Sunday Participation Rule states that UIL member schools are not allowed to sponsor students in a UIL contest or in a contest similar to one offered by UIL on Sundays. As interpreted by the SEC, school district staff includes any person hired or appointed by the school or its employees who take part in preparing or assisting the contestant for a contest that is part of the UIL academic program.
This rule only applies to contests that are part of the UIL spring meeting plan. It is not a violation of the Sunday Participation Rule for school district staff to help a student prepare for or participate in a contest that is not part of the UIL spring meeting plan. For instance, it is not a violation for a high school student to take part in five or more Sunday speaking or duo performance competitions. All cooking contests are open to all ages. Contestants can join each of the three contests as part of this program.
Contestants are limited to six entries per contest, with one entry per category. Tapes will be awarded for the first, second, third and honorable mention. The Texas State Fair is renowned for its culinary creations, and there's no better place to see Texans serving creative concoctions than the cooking contests at the Texas State Fair. Texas Monthly reserves the right to substitute a prize of equal or greater value if the prize awarded is unavailable for any reason. Unless this subchapter provides otherwise, the candidates in a new court-ordered election in an electoral contest are the same candidates who were in the contested election. All contests will be governed by and interpreted in accordance with the laws of the state of Texas, without reference to its conflict of laws principles. In order to enter multiple contests in Central Texas at once, you must meet certain criteria.
Firstly, you must reside in the territory covered by the election. Secondly, you must abide by the Sunday Participation Rule which states that UIL member schools will not sponsor students in a UIL contest or in a contest similar to one offered by UIL on Sundays. Thirdly, all cooking contests are open to all ages and contestants are limited to six entries per contest with one entry per category. The Texas State Fair also offers several culinary competitions where contestants can win prizes such as tapes and other items of equal or greater value. Participation in this contest is void outside of the United States and where prohibited or otherwise restricted by law. Texas Monthly reserves the right to cancel, terminate, modify or suspend any Contest if it cannot be completed as intended for any reason, including but not limited to computer virus infection, errors, manipulation, unauthorized intervention, fraud or technical failure of any kind or any other cause that corrupts or affects its administration, security, fairness, integrity or proper conduct. The subpoena issued in an election race must order the official receiving it to return it without notification if it is not notified within 20 days of its date of issue.
If a candidate in the new election dies or is declared ineligible on or after the date set by district court for new election, their name will appear on ballot and votes casted for them will have same effect as votes casted for deceased/ineligible candidate whose name appears on ballot for regularly scheduled runoff. The district court may require/allow one/more candidates from contested election to be named contenders/intervene on candidate's side if circumstances justify it. National competitions are included in national technical regulations and can be downloaded with paid professional membership. A written vote in new court-ordered election cannot be counted unless candidate received written votes in contested election.