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The Club Gaming and Club Machine Permits (Scotland) Regulations 2007

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Cancellation of permit

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18.—(1) The Licensing Board which issued a permit may cancel it if the Board thinks–

(a)that the premises on which the holder of the permit conducts its activities are used wholly or mainly by children, by young persons or by both, or

(b)that an offence, or a breach of a condition of a permit, has been committed in the course of gaming activities carried on by the holder of the permit.

(2) Before cancelling a permit under this regulation, a Licensing Board is to–

(a)give the holder of the permit at least 21 days' notice of the Board’s intention to consider cancelling the permit,

(b)consider any representations made by the holder, and

(c)hold a hearing if the holder requests one.

(3) If a Licensing Board cancels a permit, it must as soon as is reasonably practicable give notice of the cancellation and the reasons for it to–

(a)the holder,

(b)the Commission, and

(c)the chief constable for any police area in which the premises to which the permit relates are wholly or partly situated.

(4) The cancellation of a permit is not to take effect until–

(a)the period specified in regulation 21(4)(b) has expired without an appeal being brought, or

(b)any appeal brought has been determined.

(5) The Licensing Board which issued a permit must cancel it if the holder fails to pay the annual fee in accordance with regulation 14.

(6) A Licensing Board may disapply paragraph (5) if it thinks that a failure to pay is attributable to administrative error.

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