Peter Blucher was banned for 12 months after an extensive investigation by AFL Player's Association authorities.
Blucher also handles Greater Western Sydney young gun Tom Scully who walked out on Melbourne at the end of 2011 to join the Giants on a whopping multi-million dollar six-year deal.
Blucher was barred for his part in Tippett's contract drawn up in 2009 with Adelaide that breached AFL draft and salary cap regulations.
AFLPA Agent Accreditation Board chairman Ian Prendergast announced Blucher's ban at the conclusion of a hearing in Melbourne on Thursday evening.
The ban will take immediate effect.
Prendergast announced that Blucher had been in breach of his obligation to act in a professional manner and had lacked a thorough working knowledge of the AFL rules.
Tippett has been banned for 11 matches with his new club Sydney for his role in the salary-cap rorting and draft-tampering affair.
He was also fined $50,000 for his involvement in drawing a contract with secretive clauses and an alleged guarantee to move to a club of Tippett's choice if he elected to leave Adelaide at the end of 2012.
Blucher was suspended from acting as an AFL agent after it was established he breached a number of the player's association codes of conduct and ethics.
The board announced that Blucher:
A. Was in breach of his obligation to act in the legitimate best interests of his client player Kurt Tippett;
B. Was in breach of his obligation to act in a professional manner and to exercise due care and skill at all times;
C. Was in breach of his obligation to maintain an up to date and thorough working knowledge of the AFL Player Rules and other relevant Rules and Regulations of the AFL;
D. Engaged in conduct that was materially detrimental to his client Kurt Tippett; and
E. Made false declarations whilst acting in his capacity as an accredited agent.
"On the basis of these findings, the Board has resolved to exercise its disciplinary powers under the Agent Regulations and has determined that Peter Blucher’s accreditation be revoked immediately and he not be entitled to reapply for accreditation for 12 months," the AFLPA said in a statement released after the hearing.