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GAMING CONTROL REGULATIONS 2022 (S.R. 2022, NO. 31) - REG 9

Annual fee for gaming machine authorities endorsed on venue licence

(1)  In this regulation –
quarter means the period of 3 months commencing on 1 July, 1 October, 1 January or 1 April in a financial year.
(2)  For the purposes of section 148(1)(a) of the Act, the annual licence fee payable by the holder of a venue licence for each gaming machine authority endorsed on that licence is –
(a) for the first 5 gaming machine authorities endorsed on the licence, 564 fee units per gaming machine authority; and
(b) for each gaming machine authority endorsed on the licence in excess of 5 but fewer than 11, 734 fee units; and
(c) for each gaming machine authority endorsed on the licence in excess of 10 but fewer than 16, 903 fee units; and
(d) for each gaming machine authority endorsed on the licence in excess of 15 but fewer than 21, 1 073 fee units; and
(e) for each gaming machine authority endorsed on the licence in excess of 20 but fewer than 26, 1 242 fee units; and
(f) for each gaming machine authority endorsed on the licence in excess of 25, 1 412 fee units.
(3)  The annual licence fee payable by the holder of a venue licence for each gaming machine authority endorsed on that licence is due and payable in the following manner:
(a) if the venue licence is in effect on 1 July in a financial year, the annual licence fee specified in subregulation (2) is payable in 4 equal instalments on the first day of each quarter;
(b) if the venue licence takes effect on a day other than 1 July in a financial year, the annual licence fee specified in subregulation (2) is payable in 4 instalments as follows:
(i) for a quarter in which the venue licence is not in effect, the instalment for the quarter is waived;
(ii) for the quarter during which the venue licence takes effect, the proportional amount of the fee for the quarter is payable within 3 days after the licence takes effect;
(iii) for those quarters remaining during the financial year after the quarter referred to in subregulation (ii) , on the first day of each quarter.
(4)  For the purposes of subregulation (3)(b)(ii) , the proportional amount of the fee for the quarter is to be calculated in accordance with the following formula:
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where –
A is the proportional fee to be calculated for the quarter;
B is the licence fee payable for the venue licence under subregulation (3) for the full quarter;
C is the number of days in the quarter;
D is the number of days remaining in the quarter as at the date on which the venue licence takes effect.



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