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

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

      Section: 5:5-144: Acceptance of account wagers.

          
18. The account wagering licensee may accept account wagers only from residents of New Jersey and only as follows:

a. The account wager shall be placed directly with the account wagering licensee by the holder of the wagering account.

b. The account holder placing the account wager shall provide the licensee with the correct personal identification number of the holder of the wagering account.

c. A licensee may not accept an account wager, or series of wagers, in an amount in excess of funds on deposit in the wagering account of the holder placing the wager. Funds on deposit include amounts credited under section 17 of this act and in the account at the time the wager is placed.

d. Only the holder of a wagering account shall place an account wager. Unless otherwise approved by the commission, no person, corporation or other entity shall directly or indirectly act as an intermediary, transmitter or agent in the placing of wagers for a holder of a wagering account; provided, however, that the use of credit or debit cards specifically approved by the licensee or the use of checks, money orders or negotiable orders of withdrawal or the use of telephonic, computer or electronic means by the account holder to place such wagers shall not be prohibited.

e. The account holder may place a wager in person, by direct telephone call or by communication through other electronic media.

L.2001,c.199,s.18.



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