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4.—(1) An application for a permit must–
(a)be made in such form and manner as the Licensing Board may direct;
(b)specify the premises in respect of which the permit is sought;
(c)specify the number and category of gaming machines in respect of which the permit is sought; and
(d)contain or be accompanied by such other information or documents as the Licensing Board may direct.
(2) An application for a permit made by an existing operator must be accompanied by a fee of £100.
(3) An application for a permit made by any other person must be accompanied by a fee of £150.
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