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Possession etc of gaming machines that are not approved

69 Possession etc of gaming machines that are not approved

(1) A person (including a hotelier or club) must not possess, supply, sell or install a gaming machine unless it is an approved gaming machine.
: Maximum penalty--100 penalty units or imprisonment for 12 months, or both.
(2) Subsection (1) does not apply to the possession of a gaming machine--
(a) by a person who is the holder of a gaming-related licence, or
(b) if the Authority has agreed to the making of an application under section 63 to have the gaming machine declared by the Authority to be an approved gaming machine and the possession is for the purposes of the application, or
(b1) in accordance with the approval of the Authority under section 66 (1), or
(c) in any case where the Authority terminates an investigation of, or refuses to approve, such an application--if the possession is for the purpose of disposing of the gaming machine in a manner directed by the Authority when notifying the applicant of the termination or refusal and does not extend beyond a reasonable time, or
(d) in such other circumstances as may be prescribed by the regulations.

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