Every person who has not held a license to conduct a horseracing meeting in the preceding yearwho intends to file an application to conduct an authorized race meeting and/or an applicationfor license to conduct a horseracing meeting shall file with the Board a Notice of Intention tofile such applications. The required notice of intention shall be filed no later than one hundredtwenty (120) days in advance of the proposed or scheduled date for the commencement of themeeting intended to be specified in the application for license. Any prospective applicant forlicense to conduct a horseracing meeting failing to file timely the notice of intention may bedisqualified and its application for license refused summarily by the Board. In the absence ofany timely notice of intention filed by a prospective applicant intending to file an applicationfor a license for a race meeting conducted in the preceding year by any other person thepresumption shall be that the person having held the license to conduct the horseracing meetingin the preceding year is deemed to have been allocated the racing weeks and dates for a likehorseracing meeting as scheduled by the Board for the current annual racing calendar.
NOTE: Authority cited: Sections 19420 and 19440, Business and Professions Code. Reference:Section 19530, Business and Professions Code.
HISTORY:1. Amendment filed 8-28-80; effective 9-27-80.