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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2015 Week 7 Hansard (4 June) . .

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Schedule 3

Gaming Machine (Reform) Amendment Bill 2015

Amendments moved by the Minister for Racing and Gaming

1

Proposed new clause 7A

Page 65, line 25—

insert

7A Section 39 (2) note

substitute

Note Conditions on licences and authorisation certificates are imposed by the commission and by other parts of the Act, as well as by this part.

2

Proposed new clause 7B

Page 65, line 25—

insert

7B New section 39 (3)

insert

(3) Subsections (1) and (1A) do not apply if the licensee took all reasonable steps to comply with a requirement of the condition.

Note The defendant has an evidential burden in relation to the matters mentioned in s (3) (see Criminal Code, s 58).

Schedule 4

Gaming Machine (Reform) Amendment Bill 2015

Amendments moved by the Minister for Racing and Gaming to the amendments moved by Mr Brendan Smyth

1

Amendment 1

Proposed new clause 2 (2A)

omit proposed new clause 2 (2A), substitute

(2A) The Minister must notify the commencement of schedule 1 at least 6 months before the day fixed for its commencement.

2

Amendment 2

Proposed new clause 84A

Proposed new section 179 (1)

omit everything before proposed new section 179 (1) (b), substitute

(1) The Minister must, before the commencement of the Gaming Machine (Reform) Amendment Act 2015, schedule 1 (Other amendments—compulsory surrender)—

(a) review the operation of section 127F (Trading authorisations—forfeiture requirement) and subdivision 6.11.3 (Quarantine permits); and


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