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These Regulations make provision in relation to a licensed premises gaming machine permit where the applicant for or holder of the permit holds a licence granted under section 9(1) of the Licensing (Scotland) Act 1976 (licence for sale by retail or supply of alcoholic liquor) provided it is not an off-sale licence.
Provision is made as to the making of applications for a permit (regulations 3 and 4), dealing with such applications (regulations 6 to 8), the form of a permit (regulation 9 and the Schedule) and annual fees (regulation 11). Regulation 14 deals with the duration of permits and regulations 15 to 20 with their variation, cancellation, forfeiture and transfer. Regulation 21 makes provision as to appeals and regulation 22 gives a power of entry in certain circumstances.
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