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New Jersey Statutes, Title: 5, AMUSEMENTS, PUBLIC EXHIBITIONS AND MEETINGS
Chapter 5: New Jersey Racing Commission, powers, duties; definitons.
Section: 5:5-65.2: Regulations applicable to persons on self-exclusion list; enforcement; sanctions.
2. a. A person on the self-exclusion list established pursuant to section 1 of P.L.2002, c.89 (C.5:5-65.1), shall not collect, in any manner or proceeding, winnings or recover losses arising as a result of wagering activity at a permitted racetrack or licensed off-track wagering facility, or through the account wagering system, or through the exchange wagering system.
b. Money or a thing of value which has been obtained by, or is owed to, a person on the self-exclusion list from a permitted racetrack, licensed off-track wagering facility or account wagering system or exchange wagering system as a result of wagers made by that person shall be subject to forfeiture by order of the executive director of the commission, following notice to the person on the self-exclusion list and opportunity to be heard.
Money or a thing of value forfeited shall be deposited into the State General Fund for appropriation by the Legislature to the Department of Human Services to provide funds for compulsive gambling treatment and prevention programs in the State.
c. In a proceeding brought by the commission against a live racing permit holder, the off-track wagering licensee, the account wagering licensee, or the exchange wagering licensee for a willful violation of the commission's self-exclusion regulations, the commission may order in addition to a permit or license suspension, a fine not to exceed $5,000 per wagering incident, the forfeiture of money or a thing of value obtained by the permit holder, off-track wagering licensee, account wagering licensee, or exchange wagering licensee from a person on the self-exclusion list and other remedial conditions the commission deems appropriate. Money or a thing of value so forfeited shall be disposed of in the same manner as money or a thing of value forfeited pursuant to subsection b. of this section.
L.2002, c.89, s.2; amended 2011, c.15, s.20.
This section added to the Rutgers Database: 2014-01-22 15:34:57.
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