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

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19.—(1) Where the holder of a permit, or an officer of the holder of a permit, is convicted of an offence under the Act by or before a court, the court may order forfeiture of the permit.

(2) Forfeiture under this regulation is to be on such terms (which may include terms as to suspension) as may be specified by–

(a)the court which orders forfeiture, or

(b)the High Court in a case where an appeal against the conviction, or against any order made on the conviction, has been made.

(3) Subject to any express provision made under paragraph (2), a permit is to cease to have effect on the making of a forfeiture order under paragraph (1).

(4) The terms on which a forfeiture order is made under this regulation are, in particular, to include a requirement that the holder deliver to the Licensing Board which issued the permit, within such time as the order may specify–

(a)the permit, or

(b)a statement explaining why it is not reasonably practicable to produce the permit.

(5) As soon as is reasonably practicable after making an order for forfeiture under this regulation, the court must notify the Licensing Board which issued the permit.

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