Cheating at gambling [Report] / New South Wales Law Reform Commission.
SubjectGambling -- Law and legislation -- New South Wales
Gambling -- Corrupt practices -- New South Wales
Fraud -- Law and legislation -- New South Wales
Dice games -- Corrupt practices -- New South Wales
Sports -- Corrupt practices -- New South Wales
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AbstractThis Report follows on from our consultation paper, Cheating at Gambling (CP12), in which we identified the inadequacy of existing criminal laws to deal with cheating at gambling.
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