Western Australian Legislation - Betting Control Act 1954

Western Australia Betting Control Act 1954 An Act to authorise, regulate and control, betting and bookmaking on horse and greyhound racing and on sporting events; to regulate the assessment, collection, and allocation of a levy on money paid or promised to bookmakers, other betting operators or RWWA as Western Australia Betting Control Act 1954 An Act — • to authorise, regulate and control the use of totalisators and betting with a wagering licensee; and • to authorise, regulate and control, betting and bookmaking on races, events and contingencies relating to races and events; and • for related purposes. Western Australia Betting Control Act 1954 Betting Control Regulations 1978 Part 1 — Preliminary [Heading inserted: Gazette 21 Jul 2006 p. 2671.] 1. Citation These regulations may be cited as the Betting Control Regulations 1978. 2. Transitional provision Notwithstanding that by the operation of the Acts Amendment Western Australia. Bookmakers Betting Levy Act?1954 . Bookmakers Betting Levy Act?1954. An Act to impose a levy on money paid or promised as the consideration for bets made by or on behalf of bookmakers. [Long title amended: No. 63 of 1995 s.?88.] 1.? Short title. This Act may be cited as the Bookmakers Betting Levy Act?1954?1. Act No: 063 of 1954 (3 Eliz. II No. 63) Assent Date: 30 Dec 1954: Portfolio: Minister for Racing and Gaming: Agency: Gaming and Wagering Commission of Western Australia

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