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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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(iii) was obtained from a person not a party to this Agreement without breach by that person of any obligation of confidence; (iv) was already in possession of the party which discloses it (as evidenced by written records) when provided by the other party; or (v) a party is obliged by law to disclose. (d) For the purposes of this Clause "authorised officer" means: (i) any Minister of the Territory; (ii) any senior official of the Authority, the Treasury, or the Attorney-General's Department of the Territory; and (iii) any agent or contractor of the Territory lawfully appointed to whom disclosure is reasonably required by the Territory for the exercise or performance of any of its rights, remedies, duties and obligations under the Act, the Licence or this Agreement. (e) Nothing in this Agreement shall prevent the Territory from disclosing any information in the Parliament of the Northern Territory. NO AGENCY (a) Nothing in this Agreement or the Licence shall be construed as implying a relationship of agency or joint venture amongst the parties. (b) The Company shall not and shall ensure that their employees, agents and contractors do not expressly or impliedly represent or hold out that the Company, its employees, agents or contractors act as representatives for or on behalf of or as agent of the Territory or with the authority of the Territory, except to the extent that the Company holds the Licence. INTEREST (a) If any money payable under this Agreement remains unpaid by any party after seven (7) days from the date upon which the money became due and owing (in this Clause referred to as "the due date") the party to whom the money is payable may on written demand and without prejudice to any other rights or remedies it may have require interest at the prescribed rate to be paid by the party which owes the money on the unpaid money from the due date until such money and interest is paid in full. (b) For the purpose of this Clause: (i) payments in response to a demand for. interest shall be credited firstly to interest and secondly to principal; and

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