203 Content and conditions of licensed promoter’s licence


A licensed promoter’s licence must include the following information:


the name and business address of the licensed promoter and any key person; and


the commencement date and expiry date of the licence; and


the name and business address of the approved surety.


A licensed promoter’s licence is subject to the following conditions:


the licence will be suspended until another bond is provided to the Secretary if—


the bond provided by the approved surety under section 195 is withdrawn; or


the approved surety is required to pay the bond to the Secretary under section 196:


the licensed promoter must not be associated directly or indirectly with providing ancillary services or prizes in a promotion, unless those services or prizes are provided free of charge:


the licensed promoter must not, during the period of the licence, be employed by a society to conduct class 3 gambling, except in the capacity as a licensed promoter:


any other conditions added by the Secretary.


The conditions that the Secretary may add to a licensed promoter’s licence include—


conditions relating to the investigation and audit of the licensed promoter by the Secretary:


any other conditions consistent with this Act that the Secretary considers will promote or ensure compliance with this Act.


The Secretary may, after consultation with the licensed promoter,—


amend or revoke a condition of a licensed promoter’s licence; or


add new conditions to a licensed promoter’s licence.


If the Secretary decides to amend or revoke a condition or add a new condition to a licence, the Secretary must notify the licensed promoter of—


the right to appeal the decision; and


the process to be followed for an appeal under section 209.


A licensed promoter who contravenes subsection (2)(c) commits an offence and is liable on conviction to a fine not exceeding $1,000.

Compare: 1977 No 84 s 58

Section 203(5): amended, on 15 December 2005, by section 9 of the Gambling Amendment Act (No 2) 2005 (2005 No 104).

Section 203(6): amended, on 1 July 2013, by section 413 of the Criminal Procedure Act 2011 (2011 No 81).