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Second Discussion Paper on Site Payments


The Department has been reviewing its policy and licence conditions relating to gaming machine site payments. On 22 December 2003 we advised societies and interested parties that we intend to:
  • maintain the status quo on site payments while relevant parts of the Gaming and Lotteries Act 1977 continue in force
  • develop a site payments policy for The Gambling Act regime that comes into force on 1 July 2004.
Link here to Letter to Societies and Submitters on Site Payments (22/12/2003) 85k*

View media release: New Rules Will be Linked to Gambling Act (23/12/2003)

Background to site payments
  • We received 75 submissions on the original discussion paper, and we have analysed and summarised these submissions in a draft report: Draft Summary of Submissions 118k*

After considering the submissions, further analysing the issue, and consulting internally, we developed a second discussion paper:
We received 115 submissions on this paper. A summary of submissions will be available here by the end of January 2004.
* This document is in Adobe Acrobat (.pdf) format. You need to have the Adobe Acrobat Reader installed on your computer. You can download a free version from the Adobe site.

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