An organization’s licensing privileges may be jeopardized if it makes the following types of ineligible payments:

  1. any payment to the Operator of the bingo hall that is not specifically approved of in the terms and conditions of the licence;
  2. payment for any type of service provided by bingo hall employees, except as permitted by the terms and conditions of the licence;
  3. transportation costs for customers, including bussing and taxi fares, unless pre-approved by the licensing authority;
  4. insurance for losses, including any type of contingency funds; and
  5. legal fees.

This list is not exhaustive. The licensing authority may deem other types of payments and expenses ineligible as well.

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