Products and licenses
The Chancellor's Board may grant or refuse seven types of licenses.
If a licensee violates the rules, the Chancellor's Panel may impose an administrative penalty. This may be a warning, about the suspension of the operation of some machines for a limited period of time, until withdrawal of the license.
A sanction procedure is subject to strict rules. A decision will be discussed in advance by the committee. Permit holders for whom a sanction is threatened can defend themselves against the Chancellor, whether or not assisted by a lawyer.
The Gambling Act is subject to the Criminal Law. This means that offenders can also be prosecuted for some offenses. The Chancellor Board may also impose fines when the parquet decides not to prosecute. This allows not only the licensees but also the players can be prosecuted. The fines give the commission a lot of impact, leading to efficient supervision.
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