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Gaming Machines Regulation 2010
Current version for 1 March 2019 to date (accessed 18 June 2019 at 18:53)
7 Transfer of Authority’s functions to CMS licensee
(1) In accordance with section 67 of the Act, any function of the Authority under the Act (except under Part 10) in relation to the authorisation to keep approved gaming machines that are connected to an authorised CMS may, to the extent that those functions are carried out by electronic means through the operation of an authorised CMS, be exercised by the CMS licensee who is operating the authorised CMS.(2) The CMS licensee may not exercise any of the Authority’s functions that would result in an approved gaming machine being required to be withdrawn from operation unless the CMS licensee has the Authority’s approval to do so.(3) In exercising the functions of the Authority as referred to in this clause, the CMS licensee must:(a) keep such records with respect to the authorisation of approved gaming machines as may be required by the Authority, and(b) make such reports to the Authority with respect to the authorisation of approved gaming machines as may be required by the Authority, and(c) comply with such directions as may be issued by the Authority.(4) Compliance with subclause (3) is a condition of the CMS licence.