Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2004 Week 10 Hansard (26 August) . . Page.. 4292..
Motion ( (continuing):
That so much of the standing and temporary orders be suspended as would prevent notice No 1, Assembly business, relating to the Gaming Machine Regulations 2004, being called on forthwith.
Gaming Machine Regulations 2004
MS TUCKER (10.45): I move:
That this Assembly resolve to amend the Gaming Machine Regulations 2004 as set out in the following schedule:
Schedule Amendments of Gaming Machine Regulations 2004
Proposed new regulation 2 -
(1) These regulations (other than regulation 75A) commence on the day the Act, section 178 (Regulation-making power) commences;
(2) Regulation 75A commences 12 months after the day the Act, section 178 (Regulation-making power) commences.
Note The naming and commencement provisions automatically commence on the notification day (see Legislation Act, s 75(1))
Proposed new regulation 36 (5) (b) (iA) -
(iA) how to set limits under regulation 38 on the use of player accounts, in a way that is easy to understand and promotes the setting of those limits as a general consumer protection measure.
Regulation 38 (3) -
(3) However, if the player changes a limit in a way that makes funds more readily available for gambling (for example, by increasing the amount that may be used during a period), the change does not take effect unless the player confirms the change by written notice given to the licensee at least 7 days after the day the player gave notice of the change under subregulation (2).
Proposed new regulation 75A -