Gambling (Fees) Regulations 2015

Requires employee work permits. See section 36 3B. Provides unlawful actions regarding the aggregating of computers. Any heading inserted in a Statutory Rule which was made before 1 January , by a Statutory Rule made on or after 1 January , forms part of that Statutory Rule. Refund of fee if class 4 licence surrendered. Authorizes eligible entities to apply for a license to operate an authorized poker Web site offering the play of authorized Internet poker games to registered players within the State. Calculation of fee if granted for period other than 12 months.

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Additional fee payable if number of gaming machines increases. Refund of fee if number of gaming machines reduced. Additional fee payable if licence holder ceases to be small club. Refund of fee if licence holder becomes small club. Refund of fee if class 4 licence surrendered. Calculation of fee if granted for period other than 12 months.

Secretary to notify amount of monitoring and licensing systems fee. Refund of fee if actual application costs less than initial application fee. Adjustment fee payable if actual application costs exceed initial application fee. Penalty for late payment of adjustment fee. How actual application costs are calculated. Requires employee work permits. Relates to tribal participation. Establishes a framework to authorize intrastate Internet poker. Authorizes eligible entities to apply for a license to operate an authorized poker Web site offering the play of authorized Internet poker games to registered players within the State.

Provides violations are felonies and establishes an enforcement fund. Authorizes violation civil suits. Provides an application process and fees. Establishes a tribal gaming regulatory authority. Authorizes the operation of an Internet poker Web site within the borders of the state. Requires the Gambling control Commission to promulgate regulations for intrastate Internet poker. Requires those regulations to include, but not be limited to, a licensing process for an individual or entity to become an operator of an Internet poker Web site and rules for the operation of an Internet poker Web site.

Requires the Gambling Control Commission to promulgate regulations for intrastate Internet poker. Creates the Mississippi Lawful Internet Gaming Act of ; makes findings regarding the authority of the state to regulate lawful internet gaming, in response to certain federal laws and action by the United States Department of Justice; sets forth definitions that apply to the provisions of the act; provides a process whereby the Mississippi Gaming Commission may issue internet wagering permits to gaming licensees; provides additional powers to the commission.

Creates the Mississippi internet poker act; makes findings regarding the authority of the state to regulate internet poker as the exclusive internet game allowed online in Mississippi; sets forth definitions that apply to the provisions of the act; provides a process whereby the Mississippi Gaming Commission may issue internet wagering permits to gaming licensees; provides additional powers to the commission, as necessary to regulate lawful internet gaming; imposes an additional license fee in the amount.

Revises provisions governing agreements with certain governments for purposes of interactive gaming. All provision numbers included in a Statutory Rule form part of that Statutory Rule, whether inserted in the Statutory Rule before, on or after 1 January Provision numbers include regulation numbers, rule numbers, subregulation numbers, subrule numbers, paragraphs and subparagraphs.

See section 36 3C. A "legislative item" is a penalty, an example or a note. As from 13 October , a legislative item relating to a provision of a Statutory Rule is taken to be at the foot of that provision even if it is preceded or followed by another legislative item that relates to that provision.

For example, if a penalty at the foot of a provision is followed by a note, both of these legislative items will be regarded as being at the foot of that provision. Any explanatory memorandum, table of provisions, endnotes, index and other material printed after the Endnotes does not form part of a Statutory Rule.

See section 36 3 3D 3E. This publication incorporates amendments made to the Gambling Regulations by statutory rules, subordinate instruments and Acts. These Regulations provide for fees by reference to fee units within the meaning of the Monetary Units Act The amount of the fee is to be calculated, in accordance with section 7 of that Act, by multiplying the number of fee units applicable by the value of a fee unit.

2015 Internet Gambling Legislation