(1) No contract to which this section applies is void or unenforceable because of—
(a) . . . Article 170 of the Betting, Gaming, Lotteries and Amusements (Northern Ireland) Order 1985; or
(b) . . ..
(2) This section applies to a contract if—
(a) it is entered into by either or each party by way of business;
(b) the entering into or performance of it by either party constitutes an activity of a specified kind or one which falls within a specified class of activity; and
(c) it relates to an investment of a specified kind or one which falls within a specified class of
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