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10 N.J.A.R. 563

Claridge Limited, In the Matter of the Application for a Casino License
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Citation: 10 N.J.A.R. 563
Decision Date: 1982
Synopsis: Claridge Limited applied to the Casino Control Commission for a casino license. Following a hearing by the Commission, a license was issued. Claridge Limited is a limited partnership consisting of Del E. Webb New Jersey, Inc. and Claridge Associates. The hearing focused on the qualifications of Webb, which owns four casinos in Nevada. The Commission considered evidence of questionable conduct by Webb which took place in Nevada. While the Commission found that these past deeds raised serious questions as to the applicant's qualification, Webb had experienced many changes since 1981 and its past improprieties would be viewed in the light of new personnel, policies and procedures. Noting that new management had instituted actions to reverse past problems and that new personnel at top levels of management demonstrated good character, integrity and business ability, the Commission concluded that Webb had established its good character and business ability by clear and convincing evidence.
Statute(s) Cited: 5:12-84b 5:12-85c 5:12-85d 5:12-85e 5:12-89b(2) 5:12-89b(3)