Commentary

34.2 Lotteries and skill competitions

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34.2 Lotteries and skill competitions

| Commentary

34.2 Lotteries and skill competitions

A process which requires participants to exercise skill or judgment or to display knowledge shall be treated as relying wholly on chance if:

  1. 34.2.1

        the requirement cannot reasonably be expected to prevent a significant proportion of persons who participate in the arrangement of which the process forms part from receiving a prize1, and

  2. 34.2.2

        the requirement cannot reasonably be expected to prevent a significant proportion of persons who wish to participate in that arrangement from doing so2.

Both limbs must be satisfied in order for a process to amount to relying

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