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by David Miers

  • ISBN: 0198256728
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  • Author: David Miers
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Oxford University Press; 1 edition (November 18, 2004)
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Regulating Commercial Gambling. Past, Present, and Future. Oxford Socio-Legal Studies. Three quarters of the British population gamble (mainly on the National Lottery), and they generate around 46 billion pounds a year.

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The book concludes with an evaluation of the Gambling Bill, a draft of which was published in 2003. It examines the implementation and impact of the present law governing commercial gambling and the National Lottery in terms of regulation and the enforcement of regulatory regimes. The book concludes with an evaluation of the Gambling Bill, a draft of which was published in 2003. Keywords: gambling, regulatory regimes, Gambling Bill, National Lottery.

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The text discusses especially the future of legal families. It then considers the past and present of the basic notions of macro-comparative law, focusing on the classification of legal families and the recent critique of them. Finally, this article examines the new roles of legal families and, in particular, it addresses the possible future utility of legal family as a basic notion and as an approach in macro-comparative law.

Miers leads us with thoroughness and authority but also with an agreeable lightness of touch all the main pieces of gambling legislationMiers' book however is not simply a fine resource for anyone interested in UK gambling law. It is also a fascinating social history and implies a. . It is also a fascinating social history and implies an exploration of profound issues in political theory about the freedom of individuals to choose how to live their own lives". Peter Collins, University of Salford, Society for the study of Gambling, Newsletter. David Miers is Professor of Law at Cardiff University.

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This volume sets recent developments in the regulation and deregulation of gambling into three primary forms-- betting, gaming, and lotteries--against an account of their social and legal history. Based upon Home Office files and contemporary accounts, this book evaluates how the law was used to control and suppress popular gambling and then how and why prohibition gave way to the recognition that regulation offered a more effective method of control. The book concludes with an evaluation of the Gambling Bill, a draft of which was published in 2003 aiming to give effect to the Government's proposals.

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