The New Hampshire Game Operators Surety Bond is required by the State of New Hampshire, Racing and Charitable Gaming Commission, and has a mandatory expiration date of 12/31 each year. This bond ensures that the bondholder will comply with all of the provisions of RSA 287-D, any amendments thereto, and in particular pay, the license fees, badge fee, and assessments when due and demanded.
The surety bond is a requirement for all who wish to be a game operator employer. According to the New Hampshire Revised Statutes, a game operator employer is a primary game operator or a business entity who employs, supervises, and controls game operators and who is hired a by a charitable organization to operate games of chance on its behalf. When applying for a license, the Racing and Charitable Gaming Commission requires a copy of all required bonds. The bond amount varies, ranging between $25,000 to $500,000, and will be based on the applicant’s normal outstanding obligations of charity payments and state taxes. Please take note that a separate bond is required per location where the games of chance will be conducted. Other requirements that need to be submitted include a completed application form, a description of the licensed premise and a copy of the entity’s certificate of good standing.
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