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Investigation of application

23 Investigation of application

(1) On receiving an application for a licence, the Minister must carry out all such investigations and inquiries as the Minister considers necessary to enable the Minister to consider the application properly.
(2) In particular, the Minister--
(a) may require any person the Minister is investigating in relation to the person's suitability to be concerned in or associated with the conduct of a totalizator to consent to having his or her photograph, fingerprints and palm prints taken, and
(b) must refer to the Commissioner of Police details of the persons the Minister is investigating, copies of any photographs, fingerprints and palm prints taken and any supporting information that the Minister considers appropriate for referral to the Commissioner.
(3) The Commissioner of Police is to inquire into and report to the Minister on such matters concerning the application as the Minister may request.
(4) The Minister may refuse to consider an application for a licence while any person from whom the Minister requires a photograph, fingerprints or palm prints under this section refuses to allow his or her photograph, fingerprints or palm prints to be taken.

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