Gambling

Gambling guidance:

This Practice Note aims to provide practical guidance to those working within a local authority in England or Wales to deal with licensing fees and levies....

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Appealing a decision of the Gambling Commission Appeals against Gambling Commission decisions are made to the First-tier Tribunal (Gambling) (the Tribunal). The Tribunal...

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Clubs There are specific provisions which control gaming and gaming machines provided by clubs, alcohol licensed premises and travelling fairs. These are...

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This guide to gambling law outlines the legal issues most pertinent to the gambling industry, and is designed for general commercial lawyers looking to familiarise...

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The Gambling Act 2005 (GA 2005) defines a gaming machine very widely as ‘a machine that is designed or adapted for use by people to gamble (whether or not it can be used...

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A premises licence is required to authorise the provision of gambling facilities at:Gambling Act 2005, s 150(1) • casino premises • bingo...

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Gambling Act 2005 offences The Gambling Act 2005 (GA 2005) introduced a new regulatory system to govern the provision of all gambling in Great Britain,...

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Review of a premises licence A licence can be reviewed at any time following an application made by a responsible authority or interested party.Gambling...

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Introduction This Practice Note provides an introduction to the Gambling Commission and explains how it regulates the gambling industry in the UK. Overview The Gambling...

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Gambling Commission investigations The Gambling Commission regulates the commercial gambling industry in Great Britain. The Commission has published a policy statement on...

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The three main types of licence available to potential gambling licensees within Great Britain are: • operating licences • personal licences,...

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