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COMBAT SPORTS ACT 2013 - SECT 39

Requirement for permit to hold particular combat sport contest

39 Requirement for permit to hold particular combat sport contest

(1) An individual must not hold a combat sport contest unless the person is the holder of a permit to promote the contest.
Maximum penalty: 360 penalty units or 12 months imprisonment, or both.
Note : The person is also required to be registered as a promoter of the relevant registration class to obtain a permit (see section 41).
(2) A corporation must not hold a combat sport contest.
Maximum penalty: 720 penalty units.
(3) Subsection (2) does not apply to a corporation in respect of a combat sport contest if:
(a) the contest is held by an officer or employee of the corporation, and
(b) the officer or employee is registered as a promoter for the registration class applicable to that contest.
(4) This section does not apply to a person who merely provides or controls premises at which a combat sport contest is held.
(5) This section does not apply to the following activities of an approved amateur body:
(a) the approval of an amateur combat sport contest,
(b) arranging for a judge, referee, timekeeper or combat sport inspector to officiate at or attend an amateur combat sport contest,
(c) acting as a match-maker for an amateur combat sport contest.



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