A quarantine permit is required if you intend to:
- Remove one or more gaming
machines, and the authorisations for the gaming machines, from the authorised
premises where the gaming machines are operated and store the gaming machines
and authorisations for a period to be agreed with the commission; or
- Store one or more authorisations for a period to
be agreed with the commission.
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 quarantine 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 authorised premises for
each authorisation, and gaming machine with its associated authorisation, to be
stored under the permit;
- State the number of authorisations,
and gaming machines with their associated authorisations;
- The authorisation number for
each authorisation to be stored under the permit; and
- For each authorisation stored
with its associated gaming machine - the serial number of the associated gaming
Please consult the Contact Officer for more information regarding eligibility requirements.
The period of the quarantine permit is agreed between the commission and the licensee, and must be at least one year and not more than three years.
Further fees may apply. Please consult the Contact Officer for more information.
ACT Gambling and Racing Commission
Gaming Machine Act 2004 (Australian Capital Territory)
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