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Gaming Control Act Australian Lottery Company Agreement pursuant to section 46C dated 29 January 2008



Gaming Control Act Australian Lottery Company Agreement pursuant to section 46C dated 29 January 2008

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COMPLAINTS PROCEDURE The Company shall ensure that all sales by the Company of the Authorised Lotteries contain a reference to the complaints regime established and in the form prescribed by the regulations of the Act and the directions. ACCESS TO OPERATION (a) The Company must provide to the Territory copies of its audited annual financial statements in a form approved by the Territory (including profit and loss, balance sheet, statement of cashflows and the notes to each) within four months of the end of each financial year. (b) The Company shall comply with all lawful requests, requirements and directions by the Territory regarding access to any financial, accounting, computer (including for on line access), operational and other records or aspects of the Operation and in particular and without limit to the generality of the foregoing shall allow and permit the Territory access to conduct an audit by an auditor appointed by the Territory (which may include the Auditor-General) of the whole or any part of the Operation. CONSENT If at any time the Company desires to extend the Operation to a further lottery not previously authorised it shall submit an application under section 46B of the Act for a licence under section 46D of the Act. INDEMNITY (a) The Company indemnifies and holds harmless the Territory and patrons and customers of the Company from and against all losses, damages, costs and expenses suffered by the Territory or by any patrons or customers of the Company caused by or as a result of or in connection with or in relation to: (i) any breach by the Company of its duties and obligations under this Agreement, the Licence or the Act; (ii) any breach by the Company of any contractual or other duty or obligation owed to patrons or customers of the Company; and (iii) any tortious act or omission by the Company. (b) This Clause shall survive the termination of this Agreement and the Licence for the benefit of the Territory. SUSPENSION AND TERMINATION (a) If an event of default occurs, the Territory may immediately by notice in writing to the Company effective from the date of deemed receipt of the notice (in the case of termination in this Agreement referred to

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