Licences Act, 2010
Licences (Game of Chance) Regulations
Statutory Instrument 60 of 1994
- Commenced on 26 September 1994
- [This is the version of this document at 5 July 2017.]
1. CitationThese Regulations may be cited as the Licences (Game of Chance) Regulations.
2. InterpretationIn these Regulations—“game of chance” means the playing of bingo, aero bingo, treble chance, lotto, scratch cards or any game, by whatever name called, similar to the above and a lottery;“winnings” includes any prizes or other winnings of any kind.
3. ApplicationAn application for a game of chance licence shall be in the Form provided by the Authority and shall specify the game or games of chance for which the licence is applied for.
4. Bodies to be consultedBefore granting a game of chance licence, the Authority shall consult—
5. Scope of licenceNotwithstanding sections 167, 170 and 173(c) of the Penal Code, a game of chance licence shall authorise the holder of the licence to organize and conduct a game of chance subject to and in accordance with the licence.
6. Restriction on grant of licence
7. Conditions of a licence
8. Validity and non-trasferability of a licence
9. Fees, deposit and documents[repealed and substituted by regulation 2(c)(ii) of SI 82 of 1996 w.e.f. 7 October 1996]
10. Winning exempted
11. Premises not a gaming houseNotwithstanding anything in the Penal Code or in any other law, the use of a premises for the organizing and conduct of a game of chance under the authority of a game of chance licence does not constitute the premises a gaming house.
12. SavingsThese Regulations do not apply—
13. Revocation or suspension of a licenceThe Authority may suspend or revoke a game of chance licence—
History of this document
05 July 2017 this version
26 September 1994