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National Gambling Reform Bill 2012

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2010-2011-2012

 

The Parliament of the

Commonwealth of Australia

 

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES

 

 

 

National Gambling Reform Bill 2012

 

 

(1)           Clause 13, page 16 (line 7), omit “2016”, substitute “2018”.

[application of precommitment]

(2)     Clause 13, page 16 (line 14), omit “2020”, substitute “2022”.

[application of precommitment]

(3)     Clause 13, page 16 (line 24), omit “2020”, substitute “2022”.

[application of precommitment]

(4)     Clause 13, page 16 (line 26), omit “2020”, substitute “2022”.

[application of precommitment]

(5)     Clause 13, page 16 (line 29), omit “2013”, substitute “2014”.

[application of precommitment]

(6)     Clause 15, page 17 (line 25), omit “2013”, substitute “2014”.

[application of manufacturing and importing requirements]

(7)     Clause 15, page 17 (line 28), omit “2013”, substitute “2014”.

[application of manufacturing and importing requirements]

(8)     Clause 17, page 18 (line 15), omit “2017”, substitute “2019”.

[application of gaming machine regulation levy]

(9)     Clause 17, page 18 (line 20), omit “2021”, substitute “2023”.

[application of gaming machine regulation levy]

(10)   Clause 17, page 18 (line 29), omit “2021”, substitute “2023”.

[application of gaming machine regulation levy]

(11)   Clause 17, page 18 (line 31), omit “2021”, substitute “2023”.

[application of gaming machine regulation levy]

(12)   Clause 17, page 19 (line 2), omit “2013”, substitute “2014”.

[application of gaming machine regulation levy]

(13)   Clause 51, page 42 (lines 12 to 14), omit paragraph (c), substitute:

                     (c)  the terms and conditions on which the precommitment system would be provided are reasonable including low cost, taking into account the matters prescribed by the regulations.

[approving precommitment systems and variations to approved terms and conditions]