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Prejudice to integrity of totalizator

66 Prejudice to integrity of totalizator

(1) The Minister may give a direction under this section if the Minister is of the opinion that the integrity or apparent integrity of a totalizator conducted by a licensee is likely to be seriously prejudiced because of--
(a) any irregularity or alleged irregularity of any kind, or
(b) the character or reputation of any person concerned in the conduct of the totalizator, or
(c) any other fact or circumstance reported to the Minister.
(2) The Minister may, for the purpose of avoiding the prejudice referred to in this section, by notice in writing, direct--
(a) the licensee, or
(b) a contractor, or
(c) any other person engaged, in whatever capacity, in any aspect of the conduct of the totalizator,
to take (or to refrain from taking) any action specified in the notice in relation to all or any specified totalizators conducted by the licensee.
(3) A person who does not comply with a direction given to the person under this section is guilty of an offence.
: Maximum penalty--100 penalty units.

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