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Section 8-19F-2 Definitions. For the purposes of this chapter, the following terms shall have
the following meanings: (1) CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION. Information related to the play of a
fantasy contest by fantasy contest players obtained as a result of, or by virtue of, a person's
employment. (2) ENTRY FEE. Cash or cash equivalent that is required to be paid by a fantasy
contest player to a fantasy contest operator in order to participate in a fantasy contest.
(3) FANTASY CONTEST. A simulated game of skill in which both of the following are true: a.
Winning outcomes are determined predominately by accumulated statistical results of performance
of individual athletes in actual sporting events. b. Winning outcomes are not based on the
score, point spread, or any performance of any single actual sports team or combination of
teams or solely on any single performance of an individual athlete in any single sporting
event. (4) FANTASY CONTEST OPERATOR. A person or entity that offers fantasy... - 2K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 8-19F-4 Fantasy constest procedure requirements. A fantasy contest operator who operates
fantasy contests with an entry fee shall implement commercially reasonable procedures that
are intended to accomplish all of the following: (1) Prevent the fantasy contest operator,
employees of the fantasy contest operator, and relatives living in the same household as the
employees, from competing in any public fantasy contest offered by any fantasy contest operator
in which the operator offers a cash prize to the general public. (2) Prevent sharing of confidential
information that could affect fantasy contest play with third parties until information is
made publicly available. (3) Verify that a fantasy contest player in a fantasy contest is
19 years of age or older. (4) Prevent the fantasy contest operator from offering contests
based on the performances of participants in high school or youth athletic events. (5) Prevent
the fantasy contest operator from offering a fantasy contest open... - 3K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 8-19F-3 Registration of operators; fees; taxes. (a)(1) No fantasy contest operator
shall offer any fantasy contest with an entry fee in this state without first being registered
with the regulator. Applications for registration and renewal shall be under oath, in the
form prescribed by the Attorney General. The regulator shall make applications for operators
available by November 27, 2019. (2) A fantasy contest operator that offered fantasy contests
in this state prior to May 1, 2016, may operate fantasy contests in this state on May 31,
2019, provided the operator files an application for registration with the regulator within
60 days of availability of the application. (b) The regulator may not adopt rules limiting
or regulating the rules or administration of an individual fantasy contest, the statistical
makeup of a fantasy contest, or the digital platform of a fantasy contest operator. (c) At
the time of initial registration to offer fantasy contests with an entry fee in... - 2K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 11-65-28 Pari-mutuel wagering. (a) Pari-mutuel wagering conducted by an operator shall
be conducted in accordance with the provisions of this section. An operator shall provide
a place or places at the racing facility operated by it at which such operator shall conduct
a pari-mutuel system of wagering by its patrons on the results of horse races or greyhound
races, as the case may be, held at such racing facility. Such place or places shall be provided
with the electronic or mechanical equipment necessary to issue pari-mutuel tickets, as well
as the electronic or mechanical equipment necessary to record the wagering, compute the odds,
and determine the awards to winning bettors, all in an accurate and speedy manner. All such
equipment shall be approved by the commission licensing such operator before being used, but
such commission shall not require the installation of any particular make of such equipment.
(b) Subject to the provisions of subsection (c), a horse racing... - 8K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 22-30D-6 Registration; fees. (a) No later than May 24, 2001, each owner or operator
of a drycleaning facility located in this state who shall notify the department that it elects
to be covered by this chapter shall also register each drycleaning facility owned or operated
in the state by such owner or operator with the department on forms provided by the department.
Each owner or operator electing to register pursuant to this subsection shall submit its registration
forms to the Department of Revenue and the department. In addition, each owner or operator
electing to be covered by this chapter shall pay to the Department of Revenue with its initial
registration and each year thereafter a yearly drycleaning registration fee equal to two percent
of the gross receipts earned by such owner or operator in the state during the prior calendar
year, not to exceed a total registration fee of twenty-five thousand dollars ($25,000) per
year, regardless of the number of drycleaning... - 9K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 11-65-10 Powers and duties of commission. When authorized by one or more elections
as provided in Section 11-65-4, a commission shall have the powers and duties necessary to
license, regulate, and supervise horse racing and pari-mutuel wagering thereon and greyhound
racing and pari-mutuel wagering thereon within the commission municipal jurisdiction, including,
without limiting the generality of the foregoing, the powers and duties hereinafter set forth
in this section or in other sections of this chapter. (1) A commission shall have succession
in perpetuity, subject only to the provisions of this chapter as it may be amended from time
to time. (2) A commission shall have the power to sue and be sued in its own name in civil
suits and actions and to defend suits against it. (3) A commission shall have the power to
adopt and make use of an official seal and to alter the same at pleasure. (4) A commission
shall have the power to adopt, alter, and repeal bylaws, regulations and... - 26K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 5-27-3 (Effective January 1, 2018) Savings promotion contest authorized; conditions.
(a) Subject to supervision by the appropriate federal or state regulatory agency, a financial
institution may conduct a savings promotion contest in accordance with this chapter for the
purposes of encouraging depositors to maintain savings accounts and increase personal savings.
The financial institution may join with other financial institutions to participate in a savings
promotion or contest. (b) A savings promotion contest shall be subject to all of the following
conditions: (1) Subject to any limits the financial institution may place on the number of
entries that may be placed by the depositor, it is structured such that a depositor may place
an entry to win a prize or prizes by doing either of the following: a. Depositing a minimum
specified amount of money or making a specified number of deposits into a qualifying account
in accordance with the terms and conditions of the specific... - 2K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 11-65-34 Horse breeding fund. Each commission shall establish a special fund to promote
the breeding, raising, and racing of horses in the state, which shall be known as "The
___ [name of the sponsoring municipality] Racing Commission Breeding and Development Fund."
Each horse racing operator shall pay to its licensing commission a breeding fund fee for each
month during which it conducts any horse racing events. For each horse racing operator, the
breeding fund fee for any month shall be an amount equal to one-half of one percent [or, in
the case of any such fee referable to any month during the period of three years immediately
following such operator's receipt of an operator's license, one-quarter of one percent] of
the horse racing handle for such operator for such month. The breeding fund fee payable by
a horse racing operator for a given month shall be paid to the treasurer of the commission
licensing such operator before the end of the succeeding month. All breeding... - 4K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 22-27-17 Disposal fees; disposition of funds; exemptions; review of records; biennial
report. (a) Beginning on October 1, 2008, the following disposal fees are levied upon generators
of solid waste who dispose of solid waste at solid waste management facilities permitted by
the department subject to this chapter, which shall be collected in accordance with subsection
(b): (1) One dollar ($1) per ton for all waste disposed of in a municipal solid waste landfill.
(2) One dollar ($1) per ton or twenty-five cents ($0.25) per cubic yard for all waste disposed
of in public industrial landfills, construction and demolition landfills, non-municipal solid
waste incinerators, or composting facilities, which receive waste not generated by the permittee.
(3) Twenty-five cents ($0.25) per cubic yard for all waste disposed of in a private solid
waste management facility, not to exceed one thousand dollars ($1,000) per calendar year.
(4) Regulated solid waste that may be approved by the... - 9K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 45-44-151.03 Provisions respecting takeout of racing events. In order to provide a
uniform takeout for parimutuel wagering on live greyhound racing events and on horse or greyhound
racing events that are conducted elsewhere and received by television at the Macon County
racetrack, and to enable the Macon County racetrack to maximize its participation in combined
pools with other racetracks both inside and outside the State of Alabama, the Legislature
hereby finds and determines that it is necessary and desirable to authorize the uniform takeout
hereinafter provided for parimutuel pools wagered by bettors present at the Macon County racetrack,
notwithstanding Section 40-26A-2, which section is hereby superseded to the extent that its
provisions purport to govern the takeout at the Macon County racetrack in a manner inconsistent
with this part. Subject to Section 45-44-151.01, relating to adjustment of the takeout for
combined pools, the total takeout allowed to the racing... - 1K - Match Info - Similar pages

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