(a) A tribe shall place the following notice on the application form for a key employee or a primary management official before that form is filled out by an applicant:
A false statement on any part of your license application may be grounds for denying a license or the suspension or revocation of a license. Also, you may be punished by fine or imprisonment (U.S. Code, title 18, section 1001).
(b) A tribe shall notify in writing existing key employees and primary management officials that they shall either:
(1) Complete a new application form that contains a notice regarding false statements; or
(2) Sign a statement that contains the notice regarding false statements.
(c) All tribal gaming ordinances and ordinance amendments that have been approved by the Chairman prior to the effective date of this section and that reference this notice do not need to be amended to comply with this section. All future ordinance submissions, however, must comply.
(d) All license application forms used 180 days after the effective date of this section shall contain notices in compliance with this section.
[74 FR 36939, July 27, 2009]
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