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71.—(1) Subject to the following provisions of this paragraph, a converted lottery operating licence is to cease to have effect on the last day of the period of three years beginning with the date on which the last 1976 Act fee was payable.
(2) Subject to sub-paragraph (3), where—
(a)the holder of a converted lottery operating licence applies for a lottery operating licence at least two months before the date on which the converted lottery operating licences is due to expire in accordance with sub-paragraph (1), and
(b)that application complies with section 69(2)(g) and (3) of the 2005 Act,
the converted lottery operating licence is not to cease to have effect by virtue of sub-paragraph (1) until the application is finally determined or is withdrawn.
(3) A converted lottery operating licence may cease to have effect before the date determined in accordance with sub-paragraphs (1) and (2) by virtue of section 113, 114, 115, 118 or 119 of the Act (which provide respectively for the surrender, lapse, forfeiture, suspension and revocation of operating licences).
(4) The reference in sub-paragraph (1) to the date on which the last 1976 Act fee was payable is to the last date before 1st September 2007 on which a fee was payable in respect of the registration by virtue of (as the case may be) paragraph 6(1)(a) of Schedule 1A or paragraph 7(1)(b) of Schedule 2 to the 1976 Act( ) (each of which provides for the payment of periodic fees in respect of registrations under respectively Schedule 1A or 2 to the 1976 Act).
(5) Where no fee is payable before 1st September 2007 under the provisions of the 1976 Act referred to in sub-paragraph (4), the reference in sub-paragraph (1) to the date on which the last 1976 Act fee was payable is to be treated as a reference to the date on which the society or the local authority scheme was registered under that Act.
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