(b) The permittee is solely responsible for resolving income discrepancies between actual money collected and the amount shown on the accounting meters or on the commission's billing statement.
(c) The licensed operator is solely responsible for paying the negotiated share of net terminal income, to each limited video lottery retailer to whom it has supplied video lottery terminals under the provisions of this article.
(d) Each limited video lottery retailer's periodic distribution from the appropriate operator shall be paid by check or by electronic funds transfer to the limited video lottery retailer's designated bank account.
(e) Until an accounting discrepancy is resolved in favor of the permittee, the commission may make no credit adjustments.
(f) For any video lottery terminal reflecting a discrepancy, the permittee shall submit to the commission the maintenance log which includes current mechanical meter readings and the audit ticket which contains electronic meter readings generated by the terminal's software.
(g) If the meter readings and the commission's records cannot be reconciled, final disposition of the matter shall be determined by the commission.
(h) Any accounting discrepancies that cannot be otherwise resolved shall be resolved in favor of the commission.
Note: WV Code updated with legislation passed through the 2014 1st Special Session
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