Mich. Admin. Code R. 432.1003 - Sworn complaints

Rule 3.

(1) A person who believes a violation of the act or these rules has occurred may, in person or by mail, file a notarized sworn complaint with the secretary of state.
(2) A person shall type, print, or handwrite in ink a complaint and shall include the complainants name, address, and telephone number. A complaint shall name the alleged violator, set forth the alleged violator's address, describe the alleged violation in reasonable detail, and identify all known evidentiary material.
(3) A complaint shall include the following verification statement: "I certify that the statements set forth above are true to the best of my knowledge, information, and belief." A complainant shall sign a complaint immediately following the verification statement and shall swear to the complaint before a notary public.
(4) Upon receipt of a sworn complaint, the secretary of state shall determine whether the complaint is complete. If the complaint is complete, then the secretary of state shall forward it to the attorney general and shall notify the complainant and the Michigan gaming control board that it has been forwarded.

If the complaint is not complete, then the secretary of state shall return it to the complainant with a written explanation of how it is incomplete.


Mich. Admin. Code R. 432.1003
1999 AACS

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