Acts and Regulations

2014-131 - General

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Application
3(1)An application for an event permit shall be submitted to the Commission at least 60 days before the date of the event.
3(2)An event permit shall be issued only to an applicant who holds a promoter’s licence issued under the Act.
3(3)An application shall include the following information:
(a) the location of the event, whether a municipality, a rural district or a reserve;
(b) the venue of the event;
(c) the date and time of the event;
(d) whether the one or more professional bouts, amateur bouts or professional bouts and amateur bouts will take place at the event;
(e) the cost per ticket for the event, an estimate of the number of tickets to be sold, an estimate of the total revenues for the event; and
(f) whether the event will be broadcast, and, if so, an estimation of the revenue from the broadcast.
3(4)An application shall be accompanied by the written permission for the holding of the event in the location specified under paragraph (3)(a) of,
(a) in the case of an event to be held in a municipality, the council of the municipality,
(b) in the case of an event to be held in a rural district, the Minister of Local Government and Local Governance Reform, or
(c) in the case of an event to be held on a reserve, the council of the band.
3(5)An application shall be accompanied by the rules of the combat sport for which the event is to be held, which shall be issued by a national or international combat sport organization.
2017, c.20, s.30; 2020-42; 2020, c.25, s.27; 2021, c.15, s.10; 2021, c.44, s.35
Application
3(1)An application for an event permit shall be submitted to the Commission at least 60 days before the date of the event.
3(2)An event permit shall be issued only to an applicant who holds a promoter’s licence issued under the Act.
3(3)An application shall include the following information:
(a) the location of the event, whether a municipality, a local service district or a reserve;
(b) the venue of the event;
(c) the date and time of the event;
(d) whether the one or more professional bouts, amateur bouts or professional bouts and amateur bouts will take place at the event;
(e) the cost per ticket for the event, an estimate of the number of tickets to be sold, an estimate of the total revenues for the event; and
(f) whether the event will be broadcast, and, if so, an estimation of the revenue from the broadcast.
3(4)An application shall be accompanied by the written permission for the holding of the event in the location specified under paragraph (3)(a) of,
(a) in the case of an event to be held in a municipality, the council of the municipality,
(b) in the case of an event to be held in a local service district, the Minister of Local Government and Local Governance Reform, or
(c) in the case of an event to be held on a reserve, the council of the band.
3(5)An application shall be accompanied by the rules of the combat sport for which the event is to be held, which shall be issued by a national or international combat sport organization.
2017, c.20, s.30; 2020-42; 2020, c.25, s.27; 2021, c.15, s.10
Application
3(1)An application for an event permit shall be submitted to the Commission at least 60 days before the date of the event.
3(2)An event permit shall be issued only to an applicant who holds a promoter’s licence issued under the Act.
3(3)An application shall include the following information:
(a) the location of the event, whether a municipality, a local service district or a reserve;
(b) the venue of the event;
(c) the date and time of the event;
(d) whether the one or more professional bouts, amateur bouts or professional bouts and amateur bouts will take place at the event;
(e) the cost per ticket for the event, an estimate of the number of tickets to be sold, an estimate of the total revenues for the event; and
(f) whether the event will be broadcast, and, if so, an estimation of the revenue from the broadcast.
3(4)An application shall be accompanied by the written permission for the holding of the event in the location specified under paragraph (3)(a) of,
(a) in the case of an event to be held in a municipality, the council of the municipality,
(b) in the case of an event to be held in a local service district, the Minister of Local Government and Local Governance Reform, or
(c) in the case of an event to be held on a reserve, the council of the band.
3(5)An application shall be accompanied by the rules of the combat sport for which the event is to be held, which shall be issued by a national or international combat sport organization.
2017, c.20, s.30; 2020-42; 2020, c.25, s.27
Application
3(1)An application for an event permit shall be submitted to the Commission at least 60 days before the date of the event.
3(2)An event permit shall be issued only to an applicant who holds a promoter’s licence issued under the Act.
3(3)An application shall include the following information:
(a) the location of the event, whether a municipality, a local service district or a reserve;
(b) the venue of the event;
(c) the date and time of the event;
(d) whether the one or more professional bouts, amateur bouts or professional bouts and amateur bouts will take place at the event;
(e) the cost per ticket for the event, an estimate of the number of tickets to be sold, an estimate of the total revenues for the event; and
(f) whether the event will be broadcast, and, if so, an estimation of the revenue from the broadcast.
3(4)An application shall be accompanied by the written permission for the holding of the event in the location specified under paragraph (3)(a) of,
(a) in the case of an event to be held in a municipality, the council of the municipality,
(b) in the case of an event to be held in a local service district, the Minister of Environment and Local Government, or
(c) in the case of an event to be held on a reserve, the council of the band.
3(5)An application shall be accompanied by the rules of the combat sport for which the event is to be held, which shall be issued by a national or international combat sport organization.
2017, c.20, s.30; 2020-42
Application
3(1)An application for an event permit shall be submitted to the Commission at least 120 days before the date of the event.
3(2)An event permit shall be issued only to an applicant who holds a promoter’s licence issued under the Act.
3(3)An application shall include the following information:
(a) the location of the event, whether a municipality, a local service district or a reserve;
(b) the venue of the event;
(c) the date and time of the event;
(d) whether the one or more professional bouts, amateur bouts or professional bouts and amateur bouts will take place at the event;
(e) the cost per ticket for the event, an estimate of the number of tickets to be sold, an estimate of the total revenues for the event; and
(f) whether the event will be broadcast, and, if so, an estimation of the revenue from the broadcast.
3(4)An application shall be accompanied by the written permission for the holding of the event in the location specified under paragraph (3)(a) of,
(a) in the case of an event to be held in a municipality, the council of the municipality,
(b) in the case of an event to be held in a local service district, the Minister of Environment and Local Government, or
(c) in the case of an event to be held on a reserve, the council of the band.
3(5)An application shall be accompanied by the rules of the combat sport for which the event is to be held, which shall be issued by a national or international combat sport organization.
2017, c.20, s.30
Application
3(1)An application for an event permit shall be submitted to the Commission at least 120 days before the date of the event.
3(2)An event permit shall be issued only to an applicant who holds a promoter’s licence issued under the Act.
3(3)An application shall include the following information:
(a) the location of the event, whether a municipality, a rural community, an unincorporated area or a reserve;
(b) the venue of the event;
(c) the date and time of the event;
(d) whether the one or more professional bouts, amateur bouts or professional bouts and amateur bouts will take place at the event;
(e) the cost per ticket for the event, an estimate of the number of tickets to be sold, an estimate of the total revenues for the event; and
(f) whether the event will be broadcast, and, if so, an estimation of the revenue from the broadcast.
3(4)An application shall be accompanied by the written permission for the holding of the event in the location specified under paragraph (3)(a) of,
(a) in the case of an event to be held in a municipality or rural municipality, the municipal council or the rural community council, as the case may be,
(b) in the case of an event to be held in an unincorporated area, the Minister of Environment and Local Government, or
(c) in the case of an event to be held on a reserve, the council of the band.
3(5)An application shall be accompanied by the rules of the combat sport for which the event is to be held, which shall be issued by a national or international combat sport organization.
Application
3(1)An application for an event permit shall be submitted to the Commission at least 120 days before the date of the event.
3(2)An event permit shall be issued only to an applicant who holds a promoter’s licence issued under the Act.
3(3)An application shall include the following information:
(a) the location of the event, whether a municipality, a rural community, an unincorporated area or a reserve;
(b) the venue of the event;
(c) the date and time of the event;
(d) whether the one or more professional bouts, amateur bouts or professional bouts and amateur bouts will take place at the event;
(e) the cost per ticket for the event, an estimate of the number of tickets to be sold, an estimate of the total revenues for the event; and
(f) whether the event will be broadcast, and, if so, an estimation of the revenue from the broadcast.
3(4)An application shall be accompanied by the written permission for the holding of the event in the location specified under paragraph (3)(a) of,
(a) in the case of an event to be held in a municipality or rural municipality, the municipal council or the rural community council, as the case may be,
(b) in the case of an event to be held in an unincorporated area, the Minister of Environment and Local Government, or
(c) in the case of an event to be held on a reserve, the council of the band.
3(5)An application shall be accompanied by the rules of the combat sport for which the event is to be held, which shall be issued by a national or international combat sport organization.