Gaming Law in UK Law
Lipkin Gorman (A Firm)(Original Appellants and Cross-Respondents) v Karpnale Ltd (Formerly Playboy Club of London Ltd) (Original Respondents and Cross-Appellants)
... ... Cass stole from them and gambled away in the casino by reason of the fact that cash was exchanged for gaming chips before being wagered at the gaming tables. The respondents were nevertheless mere volunteers who gave no consideration for the stolen money ... ...
Ivey v Genting Casinos (UK) Ltd (trading as Crockfords)
... ... The judge concluded that it was, and so did the majority of the Court of Appeal. Were they right or wrong? Gaming and the law ... 28 Gaming has been the subject of statutory rules since at least the time of the Restoration. They have ... ...
- Cutler v Wandsworth Stadium Ltd
R v Commissioner of Police of the Metropolis, ex parte Blackburn
... ... He says that it was the Commissioner's duty to enforce the law against gaming houses: and he has not done it. He seeks an order to compel the Commissioner to do it. This motion, thus made, raises questions of constitutional ... ...
- R v Gaming Board for Great Britain, ex parte Benaim and Khaida
Associated Leisure Ltd (Phonographic Equipment Company Ltd) v Associated Newspapers Ltd
... ... The articledescribed an interview with Sir Ranulph Bacon, one of the Gaming Board. Then there came sentence which is said to be a libel: "It's only few weeks ago that a Mafia takeover bid to get hold of one of our big ... ...
Imperial Tobacco Ltd v Attorney General
... ... 1 of the Lotteries and Amusements Act 1976 declares that all lotteries which do not constitute gaming, are, except as provided by that Act, unlawful lotteries. The Spot Cash scheme does not come within any of the exceptions. The Act does not define a ... ...
R v Disciplinary Committee of the Jockey Club, ex parte Aga Khan
... ... It appears from Heatley v. Tasmanian Racing and Gaming Commission  137 C.L.R. 487 that this is the position in Tasmania and we were told that it was also true of certain of the United States ... ...
Lipkin Gorman (A Firm)(Appellants(Plaintiffs) v (1) Karpnale Ltd (formerly Playboy Club of London Ltd) (Respondent (2) Lloyds Bank Plc (Respondent(Defendant)
... ... the Club in conversion of a draft for £3,735, originally obtained by Cass for a proper purpose, but improperly accepted for the purposes of gaming by a servant of the Club. Secondly, they succeeded against the Bank as a constructive trustee of the monies in the Solicitors' clients' account on ... ...
Hill v William Hill (Park Lane) Ltd
... ... for good consideration and that it was not merely a colourable device to obtain payment of a bet: and that it was not a contract "by way of gaming or wagering" ... 18 The Trial Judge was apparently of the same opinion for he states his view as follows:— ... ...
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