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36.08.03.00.htm 36.08.03.00. Title 36 MARYLAND STATE LOTTERY AND GAMING CONTROL AGENCY Subtitle 08 SKILLS-BASED AMUSEMENT DEVICES Chapter 03 Amusement Gaming License Authority: State Government Article, §9-1B-02, Annotated Code of Maryland
36.08.03.01.htm 36.08.03.01. 01 Definition.. A. In this subtitle, the following term has the meaning indicated.. B. Term Defined. “Family entertainment center” has the same definition as provided under State Government Article, Title 9, Subtitle 1B, Annotated Code of Maryland.
36.08.03.02.htm 36.08.03.02. 02 Amusement Gaming License.. A. A family entertainment center in Worcester County may apply for an amusement gaming license with the Commission if the family entertainment center:1) Pays:. a) State and local property tax;. b) Sales and use tax; and. c) Admissions and amusement tax;. 2) Has a location with a street address;. 3) Is located in a building that is owned, leased, or occupied by the family entertainment center for the primary purpose of providing amusement devic
36.08.03.03.htm 36.08.03.03. 03 Corrective Action.. A. Deficiency. If the Director determines that an amusement gaming licensee under this chapter no longer meets an amusement gaming license requirement of this subtitle, or that there is cause for imposing sanctions under Regulation .04 of this chapter, the Director may:1) Assess the seriousness of the deficiency;. 2) Require the amusement gaming licensee to develop a corrective action plan;. 3) Conduct periodic monitoring of an amusement gam
36.08.03.04.htm 36.08.03.04. 04 Sanctions.. A. The Director may impose sanctions on an amusement gaming licensee for:. 1) Violating or failing to fulfill the licensee’s responsibilities or a condition of a license under this subtitle;2) Violating:. a) A provision of law;. b) A regulation adopted under law; or. c) An order or directive of the Commission;. 3) Providing the Commission with false or misleading information;. 4) Failing to cooperate with the Commission;. 5) Failing to prepare, su
36.08.03.05.htm 36.08.03.05. 05 Settlement.. A. The Commission may provide an amusement gaming licensee with the opportunity to discuss with staff a means of entering into a settlement agreement between the licensee and the Commission by which the violation is settled without a penalty or sanction.B. A settlement agreement:. 1) Shall be signed by an authorized representative of the amusement gaming licensee and the Director or the Director’s designee; and
36.08.03.06.htm 36.08.03.06. 06 Hearings.. A. The Commission shall conduct a hearing in order to:. 1) Deny an amusement gaming license;. 2) Suspend an amusement gaming license; or. 3) Revoke an amusement gaming license.. B. Denial of an Amusement Gaming License.. 1) After reviewing an application submitted under this chapter, the Director may recommend that the Commission deny an amusement gaming license.2) If the Director recommends that the Commission deny a license, the Director, or the Director’s de
36.08.03.9999.htm 36.08.03.9999. Administrative History Effective date: January 1, 2017 (43:23 Md. R. 1281).
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