Associated Persons Approved Process - Queensland

Service summary

The Minister may cause investigations to be undertaken to satisfy the Governor in Council that all persons associated with the ownership, management or operation of a proposed or licensed Queensland casino are of good repute.

Associated Person means chief employees of the casino licensee or casino operator (e.g. Director, Secretary, Manager) and Directors and Chief Employees of any holding company. Please note, this definition is provided as a guide to identify those persons who would likely be determined to be associated with the ownership, management or operation of a proposed or licensed Queensland casino and accordingly be required to be considered for approval as an Associated Person.

Service type

Licence

A licence defines the need to obtain recognition / certification and registration to undertake a certain business activity.

Transferability

This approval cannot be transferred.

Duration

While the association remains in place. However, investigations are periodically conducted into each association and it is possible that suitability may be rescinded. In these situations, the casino must ensure the person is disassociated from the ownership, management or operation of the casino (eg shares divested, removal from board, etc).

Fees

No fees are payable for this approval.

Application

You must submit the appropriate completed 'Personal Probity Form' to the OLGR head office. Generally, persons of interest would be contacted by OLGR directly.

This approval cannot be issued without the approval of the Governor in Council based on the recommendation of the Minister.


Additional information

A licence is not issued for an Associated Person.

 

Administering agency

Department of Justice and Attorney-General
Office of Liquor and Gaming Regulation
Probity Unit

Act(s) name

Casino Control Act 1982 (Queensland)

Regulation(s) name

Casino Control Regulation 1999 (Queensland)

Contact details

Head Office
Department of Justice and Attorney-General
Office of Liquor and Gaming Regulation
Probity Unit

Operating address:
Compliance Division, 33 Charlotte Street
Brisbane
Queensland 4000

Supporting information

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