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Services › Casino and Non-Casino Gaming › Regulations
Regulations have been made under the Gambling Act 2003 to help achieve the objectives of the Act. Regulations apply to individuals and organisations that are authorised to operate gambling.
- Gambling (Venue Payments) Regulations 2016
- Gambling (Fees) Regulations 2015
- Gambling (Class 4 Proceeds) Amendment Regulations 2014
- Gambling (Problem Gambling Levy) Regulations 2016
- Gambling (Class 4 Net Proceeds) Amendment Regulations 2011
- Gambling (Class 4 Banking) Regulations 2006
- Gambling (Prohibited Property) Regulations 2005
- Gambling (Licensed Promoters) Regulations 2005
- Racing (Harm Prevention and Minimisation) Regulations 2004
- Gambling (Harm Prevention and Minimisation) Regulations 2004
- Gambling (Class 4 Net Proceeds) Regulations 2004
Gambling (Venue Payments) Regulations 2016These regulations specify the amount that can be paid to Class 4 societies can pay to venues for hosting gaming machines. Venues receive a commission payment based on the weekly turnover through the machines.
Gambling (Fees) Regulations 2015These regulations stipulate the fees that apply for licences and approvals under the Act and apply from 1 February 2016. The fees also contribute to the Department of Internal Affairs' compliance activity and the Gambling Commission.
Gambling (Class 4 Proceeds) Regulations 2014These regulations came into force on 4 September 2014. The regulations replace regulation 10 (minimum amount of net proceeds to be distributed for authorised purposes).
Gambling (Problem Gambling Levy) Regulations 2016These regulations came into force on 1 July 2016. The regulations apply to pub and club gaming machine, casino, New Zealand Racing Board and New Zealand Lotteries Commission profits. The levy reimburses the Crown for the cost of problem gambling services delivered by the Ministry of Health.
The levy rates are payable for the period from 1 July 2016 to 30 June 2019 (inclusive).
Gambling (Class 4 Net Proceeds) Amendment Regulations 2011These regulations amend the Gambling (Class 4 Net Proceeds) Regulations 2004 by removing the prohibition on multi-year grants from gaming machine profits. There are also additional requirements to ensure compliance with the Gambling Act 2003, and to help mitigate various risks if multi-year grant commitments are made.
Gambling (Class 4 Banking) Regulations 2006These regulations apply to all Class 4 gambling venues, effective from 6 April, 2006. The 2006 regulations replace the existing venue licence condition 4 for venues.
Gambling (Prohibited Property) Regulations 2005The regulations set out which property must not be offered as a reward for, or used to reward a winner of, gambling.
Gambling (Licensed Promoters) Regulations 2005Licensed Promoters conduct gambling for a society. A society can employ a Licensed Promoter only for Class 3 gambling.
Racing (Harm Prevention and Minimisation) Regulations 2004Separate regulations for prevention and minimisation of harm have been created for the New Zealand Racing Board.
Gambling (Harm Prevention and Minimisation) Regulations 2004The harm prevention and minimisation regulations apply to gaming machines in pubs and clubs and casinos.
Gambling (Class 4 Net Proceeds) Regulations 2004The Class 4 net proceeds regulations apply to Class 4 operators. The regulations set out requirements for the retention of certain records and management of gambling equipment and for the application and distribution of net proceeds.
Link to the Cabinet Papers leading to these Regulations
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