Regulatory Impact Statements 2013 - Government of Victoria.
Organisations are not subject to the Act if they only undertake: raffles, lotteries or other gaming activities authorised or permitted under the Gambling Regulation Act 2003 (raffles and bingo require a separate permit from the Victorian Commission for Gambling and Liquor Regulation) asking a person to pay a fee to become a member of an.
The ACT Racing and Gambling Commission is an independent statutory authority responsible for controlling and regulating all gaming, racing and betting activities in the ACT to ensure they are conducted honestly, with integrity and free from criminal influence. It has a comprehensive website with pages on legislation, interactive gambling, problem gambling, a gaming industry Code of Conduct.
Gambling Industry Technical Standards - Victoria. Description. You will be required to comply with these technical standards if you intend to operate or evaluate gaming equipment in Victoria. These standards are used by approved testers as they evaluate equipment, systems and premises before recommending them to the Agency for approval. The following gambling areas have technical standards.
Nirranda Recreation Reserve, Nirranda 3268, VIC. Variation of Licence. Read more information We found this application for you on the planning authority's website about 18 hours ago. It was received by them about 12 hours earlier. (Source: Victorian Commission for Gambling and Liquor Regulation, reference 49720A05) Have your say on this application. The period to have your comment officially.
The Victorian Government acknowledges Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people as the Traditional Custodians of the land and acknowledges and pays respect to their Elders, past and present.
The Gambling Regulation Amendment Bill 2007 proposes a number of changes to the regulation of the gaming machine industry in Victoria. This D-Brief provides an overview of the Bill and background information on gaming machines in Victoria. Nathan Bunt Legal Research Officer June 2007 This D-Brief is part of a series of papers produced by the Library’s Research Service. D-Briefs are intended.
The Gambling Regulation Act 2003 includes a provision allowing Council 60 days to make a social and economic impact assessment to the VCGLR regarding applications for new gaming premises or additional gaming machines in existing venues. If Council opposes an application at the VCGLR and is not successful it then has a right to appeal the decision with the Victorian Civil and Administrative.