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107.—(1) This paragraph applies in any case falling within paragraph 106 where the premises to which the application for the section 16 permit relates are situated in Scotland.
(2) Paragraph 106 is to have effect as if for sub-paragraph (3) there were substituted—
“(3) Where the application meets the conditions in paragraphs (a) to (c) of paragraph 102(1), that sub-paragraph is to be modified so that—
(a)the licensing authority may not determine the application for a prize gaming permit until the applicant notifies it in writing of the determination of the application for the section 16 permit; and
(b)the licensing authority are only to be under a duty to grant the application for a prize gaming permit if—
(i)the application for the section 16 permit is granted, and
(ii)the applicant has given the authority written notice of that fact and provided it with a copy of the permit;
(c)the licensing authority must reject the application for a prize gaming permit if the application for the section 16 permit is refused.”
(3) Subject to sub-paragraphs (4) and (5) below, where sub-paragraph (3) of paragraph 105 applies because the application for the section 16 permit is granted before 1st September 2007, sub-paragraph (4) of that paragraph is to have effect as if it required the licensing authority to provide the applicant with a copy of the prize gaming permit as soon as practicable on or after the date on which they are notified of the grant of the application for the section 16 permit and provided with a copy of the permit.
(4) Where paragraph 105(3) applies because the application for the section 16 permit is granted before 1st September 2007, the applicant must notify the licensing authority of the fact that the application has been granted, and provide them with a copy of the section 16 permit, before the end of the period of 14 days beginning on the day on which the application is granted.
(5) Where the applicant fails to do the things referred to in sub-paragraph (4) within the period specified in that sub-paragraph, the licensing authority may revoke the permit issued in accordance with paragraph 105(3).
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