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(NAR) VOL. 22 NO. 3, JULY - SEPTEMBER 2011

[ CDC MEMORANDUM CIRCULAR NO. CSD 11-332, March 18, 2011 ]


On February 21,2011, the CDC Board approved the attached Guidelines on Cockfight within the Clark Freeport Zone. Said guidelines shall govern the conduct of cockfight derbies within Clark, including but not limited to the collection and payment of CDC revenue share and security and safety policies.

Said guidelines shall be effective immediately.

For your information and compliance please.

Adopted: 18 March 2011

President and CEO


Guidelines on Cockfight within the Clark Freeport Zone

  1. CFZ locators shall apply for a permit to hold cockfight derbies with the CDC Office of the President at least two (2) weeks prior to the intended cockfight event.

    A revenue share equivalent to ten percent (10%) of the ten percent (10%) of the cock­fight proceeds from gate receipts and per fight (palasada) shall be immediately paid by the applicant locator to CDC after each derby day. The CDC Internal Audit Department (IAD) shall ensure that the correct revenue shares are collected from the applicant locator.

    For international cockfight derbies, the required permits from the Games and Amusements Board (GAB) shall be condition precedent prior to the issuance of cockfight derby permit by CDC.

  2. The conduct of cockfight events shall be limited to locators operating a casino business within Clark and shall be held only for four (4) times a year.

  3. The issuance of the permit also includes prior conformity with the following conditions:
— No parking shall be allowed at all times on the CFZ main highways and roads adjacent to the establishments conducting cockfighting derbies.

— Provision of more than one entry/exit points from the establishment to avoid stampede  case of any emergency.

— The applicant shall provide its own security personnel and shall be primarily responsible in maintaining peace and order within their premises subject to random check by PSD on the area from time to time. All crime incidents that occur during the event shall be reported by the applicant to the PSD.

— CDC shall be held free and harmless from all claims or liabilities arising out of the cockfight derby, including but not limited to claims for property loss/damage, personal injury or wrongful death.
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