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1110a.1.    Preliminary application submission review.
1110a.2.    Application processing.
1110a.3.    Deficient and abandoned applications.
1110a.4.    Application withdrawal.


   The provisions of this Chapter 1110a added under 4 Pa.C.S. § §  3301(a) and (b)(30) and 3302, unless otherwise noted.


   The provisions of this Chapter 1110a added August 20, 2021, effective August 21, 2021, 51 Pa.B. 5207, unless otherwise noted.

§ 1110a.1. Preliminary application submission review.

 (a)  Upon receipt, an application will be reviewed to ensure that it contains all of the following:

   (1)  The applicable application forms and additional information and accompanying documentation required by 4 Pa.C.S. Part III (relating to video gaming) or the Board.

   (2)  Completed authorization forms, if required, for release of information from governmental agencies and other entities.

 (b)  If an applicant fails to include any required information, the applicant will be notified and given an opportunity to cure the deficiency.

§ 1110a.2. Application processing.

 (a)  Upon a determination that the prerequisites for filing have been met, the application will be accepted for filing and Board staff, if applicable, will:

   (1)  Obtain information as may be necessary to determine the qualifications of the applicant and any matter relating to the application.

   (2)  Promptly conduct an investigation of the applicant and on any matter relating to the application.

   (3)  Request the Department to promptly conduct a tax clearance review.

   (4)  Request the Department of Labor and Industry to perform an Unemployment Compensation Tax clearance review and a Workers Compensation Tax clearance review on any entity.

   (5)  Request any agencies, entities or persons to provide information to the Board as deemed necessary by the Board.

 (b)  An application submitted under this part and information obtained by Board staff relating to the application will be part of the evidentiary record to be utilized by the Board when deciding to approve, condition, issue or deny a license.

 (c)  An application and related materials that have been submitted to the Board will become the property of the Board and will not be returned to the applicant.

§ 1110a.3. Deficient and abandoned applications.

 (a)  If an application is found to be deficient, Board staff will notify the applicant of the deficiencies in the application and provide an opportunity for the applicant to cure the deficiencies within a specified time period.

 (b)  Failure to provide the information necessary to cure the deficiencies required under subsection (a) may result in the denial of the application or in the application being declared abandoned by the Bureau of Licensing under §  423a.4 (relating to deficient and abandoned applications).

 (c)  When an application is denied or declared abandoned under subsection (b), the applicant will be given written notice of this action.

§ 1110a.4. Application withdrawal.

 A request for withdrawal of an application may be made at any time prior to the Board taking action by petition filed with the Office of Hearings and Appeals.

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