Recently Adopted, Amended, and Repealed Regulations

The following regulations have recently been approved by the Office of Administrative Law. The regulations below are not included in the most recent version of California Gambling Law and Regulations.

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INDEX OF RULEMAKING FILES (Updated December 14, 2017)


REGULATION SECTION(S)
AFFECTED
EFFECTIVE DATE

Ineligibility for Licensing [SB 112 (Chapter 363, Statutes of 2017)]

§§12218.11,
and 12236

Approved by the Office of Administrative Law
and filed with the Secretary of State
November 30, 2017. Regulations become
effective November 30, 2017.

Playing Books for Third-Party Providers of Proposition
Player Services and Gambling Businesses

§§12003, 12200,
12200.7, 12200.9,
12200.10A, 12200.11,
12200.13, 12200.16,
12220, 12220.13,
12220.16, 12250,
12260, 12261, 12262,
12263, 12264, 12285,
12290, 12560,
and 12562

Approved by the Office of
Administrative Law
and filed with the
Secretary of State
October 18, 2017.
Regulations become
effective January 1, 2017.

Update of Forms


§12460,
§12101
§12200
§12200.6
§12200.9
§12200.13
§12202
§12220.6
§12222
§12309
§12342
§12354
§12359
§12464
§12465
Appendix A to
Chapter 7 of
Division 18,
§12492

Approved by the Office of
Administrative Law
and filed with the
Secretary of State
September 7, 2017.
Regulations became effective
September 7, 2017.

Update of Forms #2


§12200.3,
12200.5,
12200.14,
12202,
12205.1,
12220.3,
12220.5,
12220.14,
12222,
12225.1,
12301.1,
12350,
12352,
12357, and
12358

Approved by the Office of Administrative
Law and filed with the Secretary of State
December 7, 2017. Regulations become
effective December 7, 2017.