The commission may issue a gaming machine licensee with a
storage permit for one of the following purposes:
- To store one or more gaming
machines, and the authorisations for the gaming machines, for a stated period
of no longer than 12 months (a general purpose); and
- To store one or more gaming
machines to be disposed of or destroyed for a period of no longer than three months
(an interim purpose).
The commission must keep a register of
licences, authorisation certificates and authorisations. The register must
include details regarding whether the licensee holds a permit and whether the
storage permit for general purposes; and
storage permit for interim purposes.
Details for a storage permit for general purposes must include the serial number of each gaming machine to be stored under
the permit and the authorisation number for each machine?s associated
authorisation. Details for a storage permit for interim purposes must include the
serial number of each gaming machine to be stored under the permit.
Please use the contact details below to find out more information.
A licence defines the need to obtain recognition / certification and registration to undertake a certain business activity.
A licensee may apply to the commission for
a storage permit to store one or more gaming machines and the authorisations for
the gaming machines (if any). The application must:
- Be in writing;
- State the purpose and the
period for which the storage permit is required;
- If the application is by a
class B licensee for a storage permit for a general purpose it must state why the
storage permit is needed;
- State the class of gaming
machine to be stored under the storage permit;
- State the place where each
gaming machine to be stored is located;
- State the type of premises
where each gaming machine is to be stored;
- State whether the premises will
be used to store gaming machines for 2 or more licensees;
- State the serial number for
each gaming machine to be stored under the storage permit; and
- State the authorisation number
for each authorisation to be stored under the storage permit.
Please consult the Contact Officer for more information regarding eligibility requirements.
|Vary||Variation||$102.00||Application for an extension of a storage permit.
ACT Gambling and Racing Commission
Gaming Machine Act 2004 (Australian Capital Territory)
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