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58 Pa. Code § 187.1. Permission to conduct telephone account wagering.

§ 187.1. Permission to conduct telephone account wagering.

 (a)  Request for permission. A licensed corporation may request permission from the Commission to conduct a telephone wagering system under section 218 of the act (4 P. S. §  325.218). The licensed corporation shall submit to the Commission a full description of how its proposed telephone account wagering system would operate. No subsequent changes in the system’s operation may occur until Commission approval is obtained. The Commission may conduct investigations or inspections or request additional information from the licensed corporation as necessary to ensure that the licensed corporation complies with statutes and this chapter.

 (b)  Review and approval of contracts. Contracts and amendments to contracts entered into by a licensed corporation regarding telephone account wagering and related matters shall have prior approval of the Commission.

 (c)  Suspension, revocation and fines. Permission to conduct a telephone wagering system may be suspended or revoked if the Commission determines that the licensed corporation or its employes or agents has violated section 218 of the act or this chapter. Fines may be imposed under section 214 of the act (4 P. S. §  325.214).

Cross References

   This section cited in 58 Pa. Code §  187.3 (relating to wagering).



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