Small society lottery - Regulations under the Gambling Act 2005

Regulations under the Gambling Act 2005

As the purpose of permitted lotteries is to raise money for non-commercial causes, the Act requires that a minimum proportion of the money (20%) raised by the lottery is channelled to the goals of the Society that promoted the lottery. If a Small Society lottery breaks these limits then it will be in breach of the Act’s provisions and consequently liable for prosecution.

 

 


Last Updated on Monday, September 17, 2018

Regulations under the Gambling Act 2005

As the purpose of permitted lotteries is to raise money for non-commercial causes, the Act requires that a minimum proportion of the money (20%) raised by the lottery is channelled to the goals of the Society that promoted the lottery. If a Small Society lottery breaks these limits then it will be in breach of the Act’s provisions and consequently liable for prosecution.


Last Updated on Monday, September 17, 2018

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