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91 Investigations

(1) The Minister may appoint a person to investigate and report on matters and circumstances specified by the Minister relating to--
(a) the conduct of any totalizator, or
(b) a licensee or agent or a person who, in the opinion of the Minister, is an associate of a licensee or agent, or
(c) a specified person who, or a specified class of persons that includes persons who, in the opinion of the Minister, could be in a position to exercise direct or indirect control over a licensee or agent, in relation to the conduct of a totalizator.
(2) A person appointed to carry out an investigation may, for the purpose of the investigation, exercise--
(a) the functions conferred by section 60 (Minister may require information relating to licensees and contractors) on the Minister, and
(b) any other functions of the Minister specified by the Minister in the instrument of appointment.
(3) The exercise of functions under this section by a person other than the Minister has effect as if the functions had been exercised by the Minister.

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