GAMING LICENCE
 
PROXY GAMING LICENCE
 
MOBILE GAMING LICENCE
 
RESTRICTED INTERACTIVE GAMING LICENCE
 
JUNKET OPERATOR LICENCE
 
GAMING HOUSE OPERATOR LICENCE
 
GAMING HOUSE PREMISES LICENCE
 
GAMING HOUSE AGENT LICENCE
 
SUPPLIER LICENCE
 
KEY EMPLOYEE LICENCE
 
GAMING EMPLOYEE LICENCE
 
TEMPORARY EMPLOYEE LICENCE
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
     
       
       
     
   
 
1. Subject to subsection (5)(a), a supplier licence is required by every person who
 
a. distributes any gaming device for use in The Bahamas;
b. in The Bahamas, maintains, alters, repairs or modifies a gaming device, other than in the manner referred to in subsection (3)(a) or (b); or
c. otherwise directly supplies any gaming device to the holder of a licence issued under this Act, for use in The Bahamas.
   
 
2. A supplier licence shall only be issued to a company.
   
 
3. The provisions of subsection (1) shall not apply to the holder of a gaming licence, proxy gaming licence, mobile gaming licence, restricted interactive gaming licence, gaming house operator licence or to any other person providing services to such a licence holder or otherwise acting on its instructions or behalf, in respect of the routine maintenance, repair or alteration of any gaming device used by the holder of such licence or in respect of the sale of such device by such licence holder in accordance with this Act, provided that, for the purposes of this subsection, routine maintenance, repair or alteration means
 
a. any repair, maintenance or alteration that would not affect the manner or Mode of a play or the outcome of a game; or
b. the conversion or replacement of one approved component with another approved component; or the rebuilding of a previously approved gaming device with approved components.
   
 
4. A supplier licence shall authorise the importation, acquisition, maintenance, repair, alteration, distribution and direct supply, for use in The Bahamas, of the types of gaming devices specified in the licence.
   
 
5. A manufacturer of a gaming device shall not be required to hold a supplier licence by virtue only of having manufactured such device, provided that a supplier licence shall be required by any manufacturer which
 
a. manufactures any gaming device within The Bahamas; or
b. complies with any of the requirements of subsection (1). (6)
   
 
6. Notwithstanding any provision of this Act to the contrary, an applicant for a supplier licence which, on application for such licence and on payment of the prescribed application fee, produces a current, valid licence, certificate or similar approval, authorizing any of the activities required for a supplier licence under this Act, and issued by a regulatory authority situated in Nevada, New Jersey, Mississippi or Singapore, or such other regulatory authority as the Board may recognize for the purposes of this section from time to time, shall not be required to undergo any investigation referred to in this Act for the purposes of its application for such licence, but shall be deemed to qualify for a supplier licence under this Act.
   
 
7. The provisions of sections 24 and 26 to 30 shall apply, with the necessary changes, to an application referred to in subsection (1).
   
 
8. The Board shall not grant an application under subsection (1) where the person making the application is disqualified from holding a licence under this Act.