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The Gambling (Operating Licence and Single-Machine Permit Fees) (Amendment) Regulations 2012

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  1. Introductory Text

  2. 1.Citation and commencement

  3. 2.Amendment of the 2006 Regulations

  4. 3.General interpretation

  5. 4.Units of division

  6. 5.Other non-remote operating licences: fee categories

  7. 6.Application fees for non-remote operating licences

  8. 7.Annual fees and first annual fees for non-remote operating licences

  9. 8.Application, annual and first annual fees for non-remote general betting (standard) operating licences

  10. 9.Application of Part 3

  11. 10.Remote operating licences: fee categories

  12. 11.Application fees for remote operating licences

  13. 12.Annual fees and first annual fees for remote operating licences

  14. 13.Fees for remote general betting (limited) operating licences

  15. 14.Fees for general betting (standard) (remote platform) operating licences

  16. 15.Fees for ancillary remote operating licences

  17. 16.Fees for supplementary operating licences

  18. 17.Combined and multiple operating licences (application fees and annual fees)

  19. 18.Application fee for combined operating licence

  20. 19.Application fee for certain combined remote licences

  21. 20.Annual fees and first annual fees for combined operating licences

  22. 21.Annual fees and first annual fees for certain combined remote licences

  23. 22.Fee for simultaneous applications for two operating licences

  24. 23.Fee payable on application for a licence when another application is pending

  25. 24.Fee payable when holder of existing licence applies for another licence

  26. 25.Reduced fees in certain circumstances

  27. 26.Annual fees for holders of two operating licences

  28. 27.Reduced fees in certain circumstances

  29. 28.Change in corporate control

  30. 29.For regulation 23(2) substitute— (2) Regulation 23B applies to a...

  31. 30.In regulation 23A— (1) at the end of paragraph (1)(b)...

  32. 31.In regulation 23B— (1) at the end of paragraph (2)(b)...

  33. 32.Fees for applications to vary operating licences

  34. 33.After regulation 24 insert— Fees for applications to vary certain...

  35. 34.Date for payment of first annual fee

  36. 35.Substitution of schedules

  37. 36.For the table in Schedule 2 to the 2006 Regulations...

  38. 37.For the table in Schedule 3 to the 2006 Regulations...

  39. 38.For the table in Schedule 4 to the 2006 Regulations...

  40. 39.For the table in Schedule 5 to the 2006 Regulations...

  41. 40.For the table in Schedule 6 to the 2006 Regulations...

  42. Signature

    1. SCHEDULE 1

      Categories of Non-Remote Operating Licences

    2. SCHEDULE 2

      Application Fees for Non-Remote Operating Licences

    3. SCHEDULE 3

      Annual Fees for Non-Remote Operating Licences

    4. SCHEDULE 4

      Categories of Remote Operating Licences

    5. SCHEDULE 5

      Application Fees for Remote Operating Licences

    6. SCHEDULE 6

      Annual Fees for Remote Operating Licences

  43. Explanatory Note

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