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Rights and responsibilities of party states
Racing, Pari-Mutuel Wagering and Breeding Law (PML) CHAPTER 47-A, ARTICLE 11
§ 1111. Rights and responsibilities of party states. Each party state
in the compact shall:

a. accept the decisions of the compact committee on the issuance or
renewal of licenses, and reimburse or otherwise pay the expenses of its
official in the compact committee;

b. not treat any notification of an applicant by the compact
committee, that his or her application will not be processed further, as
the denial of a license or otherwise penalize such an applicant solely
because of such action by the compact committee;

c. reserve the right:

(1) to charge a fee for the use of a compact license within that party
state, for which the commission shall charge the fee, for each license
category, set forth in sections two hundred thirteen and three hundred
nine of this chapter;

(2) to apply its own standards to determine whether a compact
committee license should be suspended or revoked;

(3) to apply its own standards for licensure or renewal of state
applicants who do not meet the licensure requirements of the compact
committee, or who are within a category of participants in live racing
that the compact committee does not license; and

(4) to apply its own standards for licensure of nonracing employees at
horse race tracks and at separate or satellite wagering facilities;

d. through its racing commission or its equivalent, promptly notify
the compact committee of any suspension or revocation that the party
state has imposed on a compact committee licensee; and

e. not be held liable for the debts or other financial obligations
incurred by the compact committee.