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1.35Club refuge declaration—information about emergencies and refuges

(1) If the emergency services commissioner gives information to the community under the Emergencies Act 2004, section 149B about an emergency to which the club refuge declaration relates, the club licensee must make that information available to people who access the club as a refuge.

(2) If the director-general for an administrative unit gives information to the club licensee about other places that may be accessed as a refuge while the club refuge declaration is in force for the licensee’s club, the club licensee must make that information available to people who access the club as a refuge.

1.36Club refuge declaration—gambling contact officers

The club licensee must ensure that a gambling contact officer for the club is present in the club.

1.37Club refuge declaration—direct marketing

The club licensee must ensure a person accessing the club as a refuge does not receive direct marketing about club membership.

[1.2]Dictionary, note 1

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emergency services commissioner

[1.3]Dictionary, note 2

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club licensee

[1.4]Dictionary, new definition of club refuge declaration

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club refuge declaration, for schedule 1, part 1.5 (Club licensee obligations—club refuge declarations)—see the Gaming Machine Act 2004, section 166B (1).

Schedule 2

Motor Accident Injuries Amendment Bill 2023

Amendments moved by the Special Minister of State

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Clause 2

Page 2, line 3—

omit clause 2, substitute

2Commencement

(1) This Act (other than section 11A) commences on the 7th day after its notification day.

Note The naming and commencement provisions automatically commence on the notification day (see Legislation Act, s 75 (1)).

(2) Section 11A commences on the later of—

(a) the 7th day after this Act’s notification day; and

(b) the commencement of the Road Safety Legislation Amendment Act 2023, section 17.


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