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CAPTION:
SCDOR vs. Bonita Williams, d/b/a 6300 Club

AGENCY:
South Carolina Department of Revenue

PARTIES:
Petitioners:
South Carolina Department of Revenue

Respondents:
Bonita Williams, d/b/a 6300 Club
 
DOCKET NUMBER:
98-ALJ-17-0191-CC

APPEARANCES:
n/a
 

ORDERS:

FINAL ORDER AND DECISION

This matter came before the South Carolina Administrative Law Judge Division ("Division") from an appeal of the Respondent Bonita Williams ("Respondent") of a citation issued by the Petitioner South Carolina Department of Revenue ("Department") against the Respondent for a violation of the Video Games Machines Act ("Act"), S.C. Code Ann. Sec. 12-21-2804(B) (Supp. 1997) on October 8, 1996. The citation issued to Respondent on that date was for a violation of that provision of the Act requiring the posting of certain penalty signs on Class III video game machines. S.C. Code Ann. Sec. 12-21-2802. The Regulatory Violation and Assessment Report sought the imposition of a $900.00 monetary penalty against the Respondent for this violation. A Final Agency Determination was issued by the Department sustaining the imposition of the penalty assessed in the violation report.

A hearing was scheduled in this matter before the Division on October 12, 1998. Prior to the hearing, an agreement was reached between the parties resolving this matter on the following terms and conditions:

1. The Respondent Bonita Williams agrees to pay a fine of $800.00 and to make payment of the fine to the Department within 30 days of the date of this Order.

2. The Department agrees, pursuant to S.C. Code Ann. Section 12-4-320(3) (Supp. 1996) to waive the remaining monetary penalties sought for this violation from the Respondent.

3. The parties further agree and understand that this is a compromise and settlement of a contested penalty and is entered by the Department under the authority provided it in S.C. Code Ann. 12-4-320(3) to compromise such matters.

Having reviewed this agreement and settlement in compromise, and having questioned the parties or their respective counsel regarding the terms thereof, I hereby ORDER its adoption and dismiss the Petition in this matter with prejudice.

IT IS SO ORDERED.



ALISON RENEE LEE

Administrative Law Judge

October 13, 1998

Columbia, South Carolina


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