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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 11. Gaming
Agency 10. Virginia Racing Commission
Chapter 40. Satellite Facilities
4/5/2020

11VAC10-40-160. Disclosure of Character Information.

Unless the applicant for a license is already a licensee or holder of a permit from the commission, the applicant shall disclose and furnish particulars regarding whether the applicant or any individual or other entity identified pursuant to 11VAC10-40-150 or 11VAC10-40-220 of this chapter or a lease holder of the site of the facility has:

1. Been charged in any criminal proceeding other than in connection with a traffic violation. If so, the applicant must disclose the nature of the charge, the date charged, court and disposition;

2. Had a horse racing, gambling, business, professional, or occupational license or permit revoked or suspended or renewal denied or been a party in a proceeding to do so. If so, the applicant must disclose the date of commencement, circumstances and disposition;

3. Been accused in an administrative or judicial proceeding of violating a statute or regulation relating to horse racing or gambling;

4. Been charged in an administrative or judicial proceeding of violating a statute or regulation relating to unfair labor practices or discrimination;

5. Begun an administrative or judicial action against a governmental regulator of horse racing or gambling. If so, the applicant must disclose the date of commencement, forum, circumstances and disposition;

6. Been the subject of voluntary or involuntary bankruptcy proceedings. If so, the applicant must disclose the date of commencement, forum, circumstances, date of decision and disposition;

7. Failed to satisfy any judgment, decree or order of an administrative or judicial tribunal. If so, the applicant must disclose the date and circumstances; and

8. Been delinquent in filing a tax return required or remitting a tax imposed by any government. If so, the applicant must disclose the date and circumstances.

Statutory Authority

§ 59.1-369 of the Code of Virginia.

Historical Notes

Derived from VR662-02-05 § 2.6, eff. March 23, 1994.

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