Suspension, cancellation, and surrender of casino licence

144 Suspension or cancellation of casino licence

The Secretary may apply to the Gambling Commission for an order that a casino licence be suspended or cancelled if the Secretary is satisfied that—

(a)

the licence holder is breaching or has breached this Act or a condition of the licence or minimum operating standards; or

(b)

the licence holder or an associated person is no longer suitable to hold the licence or to be an associated person having regard to the suitability requirements in section 124; or

(c)

the licence holder or an associated person is failing or has failed, without good cause, to supply information requested by the Secretary or a gambling inspector or knowingly has provided false information; or

(d)

the licence holder—

(i)

has failed to discharge its financial commitments; or

(ii)

has entered into a compromise with its creditors; or

(iii)

is being or has been wound up (voluntarily or by court order); or

(iv)

is liquidated; or

(v)

is subject to the appointment of a receiver or receiver and manager; or

(vi)

is being or has been made subject to statutory management under Part 3 of the Corporations (Investigation and Management) Act 1989.

Compare: 1990 No 62 s 90