Remuneration, contracts and employment prohibited for certain unsuitable or unlicensed persons.
1.Pay the person any remuneration for any service relating to the activities of a licensee, except for amounts due for services rendered before the date of receipt of notice of such action by the Commission. Any contract or agreement for personal services or the conduct of any activity at a licensed gaming establishment between a former employee whose employment was terminated because of failure to apply for a license or a finding of suitability, denial of a license or finding of suitability, or revocation of a license or a finding of suitability, or any business enterprise under the control of that employee and the licensee, holding or intermediary company or registered publicly traded corporation is subject to termination. Every such agreement shall be deemed to include a provision for its termination without liability on the part of the licensee upon a finding by the Commission that the business or any person associated therewith is unsuitable to be associated with a gaming enterprise. Failure expressly to include such a condition in the agreement is not a defense in any action brought pursuant to this section to terminate the agreement.
2.Enter into any contract or agreement with the person or with a business organization that the licensee knows or under the circumstances reasonably should know is under the person’s control which involves the operations of a licensee, without the prior approval of the Commission.
3.Employ the person in any position involving the activities of a licensee without prior approval of the Commission.
Section 463.645 — Remuneration, contracts and employment prohibited for certain unsuitable or unlicensed persons.,