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New Jersey Statutes, Title: 5, AMUSEMENTS, PUBLIC EXHIBITIONS AND MEETINGS
Section: 5:12-94: Approval and denial of registrations and licenses other than casino licenses.
94. a. Upon the filing of an application for a casino key employee license required by this act, other than a casino license, and after submission of such supplemental information as the commission may require, the commission shall request the division to conduct such investigation into the qualification of the applicant, and the commission shall conduct such hearings concerning the qualification of the applicant, in accordance with its regulations, as may be necessary to determine qualification for such license.
b. After such investigation, the commission may either deny the application or grant a license to an applicant whom it determines to be qualified to hold such license.
c. The commission shall have the authority to deny any application pursuant to the provisions of this act. When an application for a casino key employee license is denied, the commission shall prepare and file its order denying such application with the general reasons therefor, and if requested by the applicant, shall further prepare and file a statement of the reasons for the denial, including the specific findings of fact.
d. When the commission grants an application, the commission may limit or place such restrictions thereupon as it may deem necessary in the public interest.
e. Casino employee registration and vendor registration shall be effective upon issuance, and shall remain in effect unless revoked, suspended, limited, or otherwise restricted by the division. Notwithstanding the foregoing, if a casino employee registrant has not been employed in any position within a casino hotel facility or a vendor registrant has not conducted business with a casino hotel facility for a period of three years, the registration of that casino employee or vendor registrant shall lapse.
f. Notwithstanding the foregoing, the commission shall reconsider the granting of any casino key employee license at any time at the request of the division. Notwithstanding the foregoing, the division may reconsider the granting of any license or may revoke any registration at any time.
g. After an application for a casino key employee license is submitted to the commission, final action of the commission shall be taken within 90 days after completion of all hearings and investigations and the receipt of all information required by the commission.
h. (1) Not later than five years after obtaining a casino key employee license pursuant to section 89 of P.L.1977, c.110 (C.5:12-89) or a casino service industry enterprise license issued pursuant to subsection a. of section 92 of P.L.1977, c.110 (C.5:12-92), and every five years thereafter, the licensee shall submit such information and documentation as the commission or division, as applicable, may by regulation require, to demonstrate to the satisfaction of the commission or director, as applicable, that it continues to meet the requirements, respectively, of section 89 or subsection a. of section 92 of P.L.1977, c.110 (C.5:12-89 and C.5:12-92). Upon receipt of such information, the commission or division, as applicable, may take such action on the license, including suspension or revocation, as it deems appropriate.
(2) Registrations for casino employees issued pursuant to section 91 of P.L.1977, c.110 (C.5:12-91), and vendor registrations issued pursuant to subsection c. of section 92 of P.L.1977, c.110 (C.5:12-92), shall remain valid unless suspended or revoked or unless such registration expires or is voided pursuant to law.
i. (1) The division shall establish by regulation appropriate fees to be paid upon the filing of the informational filings required by paragraph (1) of subsection h. of this section. Such fees shall be deposited into the Casino Control Fund established by section 143 of P.L.1977, c.110 (C.5:12-143).
(2) The division shall establish by regulation appropriate fees to be imposed on each casino licensee and the method for the collection of such fees for each casino registrant employed by an operating casino and for each vendor registrant which provides goods or services to a casino, regardless of the nature of any contractual relationship between the vendor registrant and casino, if any. Such fees shall be deposited into the Casino Control Fund established by section 143 of P.L.1977, c.110 (C.5:12-143).
L.1977, c.110, s.94; amended 1979, c.282, s.28; 1980, c.28, s.8,10 (s.10 amended 1980, c.159, s.2; 1981, c.142, s.5); 1981, c.503, s.15; 1983, c.41, s.6; 1987, c.354, s.15; 1991, c.182, s.31; 1993, c.292, s.16; 1995, c.18, s.32; 2005, c.31, s.2; 2009, c.36, s.14; 2011, c.19, s.60.
This section added to the Rutgers Database: 2013-06-10 16:36:30.
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