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- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 5. Amusements and Sports
- Chapter 15. Games of Chance and Contests of Skill
- Section 115. Contracts Between Permittees and Operators.
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AS 05.15.115. Contracts Between Permittees and Operators.
- (a) A municipality or qualified organization holding a permit to conduct an activity under this chapter may enter into a
contract with an operator licensed under this chapter to conduct on behalf of the municipality or qualified
organization those activities permitted under the authority of the permit.
- (b) The contract between an authorizing permittee and an operator must include the amount and form of compensation to be
paid to the operator, the term of the contract, the activities to be conducted by the operator on behalf of the
permittee, the location where the activities are to be conducted, the name and address of the member in charge, and
other provisions the department may require.
- (c) A permittee may not contract with more than one operator at a time to conduct the same type of activity. For the
purposes of this subsection, bingo games, raffles, lotteries, pull-tab games, ice classics, race classics, rain
classics, goose classics, mercury classics, deep freeze classics, canned salmon classics, salmon classics, king salmon
classics, dog mushers' contests, snow machine classics, fish derbies, animal classics,
crane classics, and contests of skill are each a
different type of activity.
- (d) A permittee shall submit by certified mail to the department for approval a copy of each contract with an operator
with whom the permittee contracts to conduct activities subject to this chapter. The contract must meet the
requirements of this section. The department shall approve or disapprove the contract. If the contract is disapproved,
reasons for the disapproval shall be provided in writing to the permittee. Activities may not be conducted under the
contract before the contract is approved. Subsequent amendments to an approved contract do not take effect until the
amendments are approved by the department.
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