2018 Louisiana Laws
Revised Statutes
TITLE 27 - Louisiana Gaming Control
RS 27:29.2 - Gaming supplier permits

Universal Citation: LA Rev Stat § 27:29.2 (2018)

§29.2. Gaming supplier permits

A. The board shall issue a gaming supplier permit to suitable persons who supply, sell, lease, or repair, or contract to supply, sell, lease, or repair gaming devices, equipment, and supplies to the holder of a license as defined in R.S. 27:44(14), R.S. 27:353(5) or the casino gaming operator. A person shall not supply, sell, lease, or repair or contract to supply, sell, lease, or repair gaming devices, equipment, and supplies unless they possess a valid gaming supplier permit.

B. Gaming devices, supplies, or equipment may not be distributed to the holder of a license as defined in R.S. 27:44(14), R.S. 27:353(5) or a casino gaming operator or supplier unless such devices, equipment, or supplies conform to rules adopted by the board for such purpose.

C. A person is ineligible to receive a gaming supplier permit, if the applicant employs a person who is the holder of a gaming employee permit under this Title and who participates in the management or operation of gaming operations authorized under this Title.

D. A supplier shall furnish to the board a list of any gaming equipment and supplies offered by the supplier for sale or lease in connection with games authorized under this Title. A supplier shall keep books and records for the furnishing of gaming equipment and supplies to gaming operations separate and distinct from any other business that the supplier might operate. A supplier shall file a quarterly return with the board listing all sales and leases. A supplier shall permanently affix its name to all its gaming devices, equipment, and supplies for gaming operations unless otherwise authorized by the board. Any supplier's gaming devices, equipment, or supplies which are used by any person in unauthorized gaming operations shall be forfeited to the board. The holder of a license as defined in R.S. 27:44(14), R.S. 27:353(5), and the casino gaming operator may own its own gaming devices, equipment, and supplies. Each supplier, the holder of a license as defined in R.S. 27:44(14), R.S. 27:353(5), and the casino operator shall file an annual report with the board listing its inventories of gaming devices, equipment, and supplies.

E. The annual fee for a gaming supplier permit issued under the provisions of this Section is three thousand dollars. This fee is required to be submitted at the time of application and on the anniversary date of the issuance of the permit thereafter.

Acts 2001, No. 1222, §1, eff. July 2, 2001.

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