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New Jersey Statutes, Title: 5, AMUSEMENTS, PUBLIC EXHIBITIONS AND MEETINGS

    Chapter 5: New Jersey Racing Commission, powers, duties; definitons.

      Section: 5:5-112: Intertrack wagering license

           Upon the filing of a joint application by a receiving and an in-State sending track and after the holding of a public hearing, the New Jersey Racing Commission may issue an intertrack wagering license to a receiving track specifying the periods of time during a calendar year and the hours during the day or night when intertrack wagering is permitted and prescribing any other conditions or terms the commission deems appropriate, provided that:

a. The receiving track demonstrates to the satisfaction of the commission that it has conducted a regularly scheduled horse race meeting pursuant to an annual permit issued by the commission and has complied with the terms of the permit, or the receiving track agrees to conduct such a horse race meeting and to comply with the terms of the permit for the meeting unless otherwise directed or permitted by the commission.

b. The in-State sending track produces an agreement in writing, or testimony at the public hearing, demonstrating that the horsemen's organization engaged in competing for the purses at the in-State sending track approves of intertrack wagering during the period when an intertrack wagering license shall be in effect.

c. If intertrack wagering will occur at the receiving track at the same time the receiving track is conducting a horse race meeting, the receiving track produces an agreement in writing, or testimony at the public hearing, demonstrating that the horsemen's organization at the receiving track approves of intertrack wagering during the period of the horse race meeting.

L. 1985, c. 269, s. 3, eff. Nov. 5, 1985.



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