Minor Gaming Standard Conditions

Authorisations to conduct minor gaming activities are issued subject to the provisions of the Gaming Control Act 1993 and to any directions given by the Tasmanian Liquor and Gaming Commission.  In particular, minor gaming permit holders:

1.Must comply with the Gaming Control Act 1993.
2.Must ensure that the proceeds raised under a permit granted pursuant to this application will only be applied for the lawful purpose stated in the application and will not be used for private gain.
3.Must comply with the rules and conditions of authorised games as determined by the Commission.
4.Must lodge an individual activity notification with the Commission at least seven (7) days prior to conducting an authorised game listed on the minor gaming permit. The conduct of authorised games must not commence until notification has been submitted to the Commission. Individual activities may range from one (1) day to the length of the minor gaming permit.
5.Must only conduct the authorised games specified on their issued minor gaming permit. Should an organisation wish to conduct an authorised game that is not specified on the permit, an application to amend the permit must be completed and lodged with the Commission for determination. If approved, the existing minor gaming permit will be amended to include the new authorised game.
6.Must only use equipment approved by the Commission for any electronic determination of a game outcome.
7.Must submit an application to amend the minor gaming permit if the responsible person of an Organisation changes. It will be necessary for the new contact to sign the statutory declaration and Authority and Consent form contained in the application to amend minor gaming permit.
8.Must give written notice to the Commission of any change of address within 21 days after that change of address occurs.
9.Must give written notice to the Commission of any change in the details of the responsible person within 21 days after that change occurs.
10.Must keep such accounting records as necessary to correctly record and explain transactions arising from the conduct of gaming.
11.Must ensure all records relating to the conduct of gaming are retained for seven (7) years.

Please note that in accordance with section 76ZZO of the Act the Commission may grant a minor gaming permit subject to such conditions as the Commission considers appropriate.

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