3772-4-09 Duty to update information.

(A) All casino operator, management company and holding company licensees and applicants shall submit to the commission, in writing, the following information:

(1) Changes to the name of the licensee or applicant or its holding companies;

(2) Changes to the state of incorporation or principal place of business of the licensee or applicant or its holding companies;

(3) Changes regarding any individual required to be found suitable under rule 3772-4-08 of the Administrative Code;

(4) Changes regarding shareholders who hold greater than five per cent ownership interest in the licensee or applicant or its holding companies;

(5) Any bankruptcy filed by the licensee or applicant or its holding companies;

(6) Any arrest of or charge filed against the licensee or applicant, holding companies or any of the individuals required to be found suitable under rule 3772-4-08 of the Administrative Code for any crime or offense occurring in any jurisdiction, excluding minor traffic offenses;

(7) Any inquiry into, investigation of or action filed against the licensee or applicant or any of the individuals required to be found suitable under rule 3772-4-08 of the Administrative Code by any gaming regulatory agency or authority, or other governmental agency or authority, except for routine renewal application reviews;

(8) Any rejection, suspension, revocation or denial of any gaming-related application or license, and any fine, penalty or settled amount relating to any gaming-related license imposed upon or agreed to by the licensee or applicant or any individual required to be found suitable under rule 3772-4-08 of the Administrative Code in any jurisdiction; and

(9) Any other information that would affect the licensee's or applicant's suitability to obtain and maintain a license under Chapter 3772. of the Revised Code or the rules adopted thereunder.

(B) Each casino operator, management company and holding company licensee shally notify the commission of any key employee or casino gaming employee licensee whose employment has been terminated or suspended for any reason, by the casino operator, management company or holding company licensee.

(C) All information required to be submitted under this rule must include the name and license number, if applicable, of the licensee or applicant and be submitted within ten calendar days of the change or occurrence of the event.

Effective: 02/23/2013
R.C. 119.032 review dates: 04/01/2017
Promulgated Under: 119.03
Statutory Authority: 3772.03
Rule Amplifies: 3772.03
Prior Effective Dates: 4/1/2012