Gaming Law in UK Law

  • Recent Book: Betting and Gaming: The New Law of Betting and Gaming
    • No. 34-3, May 1961
    • Police Journal: Theory, Practice and Principles
  • Recent Book: The Law on Gambling: The New Law of Belting and Gaming
    • No. 37-6, June 1964
    • Police Journal: Theory, Practice and Principles
  • REVIEWS
    • No. 2-2, September 1938
    • The Modern Law Review
    Book reviewed in this article: Restatement on Restitution. American Law Institute. See Article by D. W. Logan Constitutional Law of England. By Edward Wavell Ridges. Principles of the Law of Contra...
    ... ... Pangloss to discover the razson suflsunte of the English Law of Gaming. English judges have been unsparing in their strictures on this most confusing and illogical branch of our law.’ According to ... ...
  • ‘A Nod and a Wink’: Do ‘Gaming Practices' Provide an Insight into the Organisational Nature of Police Corruption?
    • No. 84-3, September 2011
    • Police Journal: Theory, Practice and Principles
    Whether police corruption is an individual or an organisational phenomenon has been a feature of recent criminological debates. The definition of police corruption has also changed and more modern ...
  • FRUSTRATED CONTRACTS AND LEGAL FICTIONS
    • No. 46-1, January 1983
    • The Modern Law Review
    “Someone says to me: ‘Show the children a game.’ I teach them gaming with dice, and the other says, ‘I didn't mean that sort of game.’ Must the exclusion of the game with dice have come before his ...
    ... ... FRUSTRATED CONTRACTS AND LEGAL FICTIONS “ Someone says to me: ‘ Show the children a game.’ I teach them gaming with dice, and the other says, ‘ I didn’t mean that sort of game.’ Must the exclusion of the game with dice have ... ...
  • Virtual worlds and money laundering under EU law: The inadequacy of the existing legal framework and the challenges of regulation
    • No. 10-2, June 2019
    • New Journal of European Criminal Law
    The technological advancements and the rise of online gaming have given birth to a ‘new’ crime, that is, the crime of money laundering through virtual worlds with the use of gaming currency. Howeve...
    ... ... of regulation Andreas Karapatakis Queen Mary University of London, UK Abstract The technological advancements and the rise of online gaming have given birth to a ‘new’ crime, that is, the crime of money laundering through virtual worlds with the use of gaming currency. However, the ... ...
  • Gaming in a Public Place
    • No. 1-2, April 1937
    • Journal of Criminal Law, The
  • Macau casinos and organised crime
    • No. 7-4, October 2004
    • Journal of Money Laundering Control
    • 298-307
    Presents research into how casinos in Macau, the “Monte Carlo of the Orient”, link with organised crime. Outlines the research methodology, which includes 16 in‐depth interviews with staff from law...
    ...Journal of Money Laundering Control Ð Vol. 7 No. 4Macau Casinos and Organised CrimeAngela Veng Mei LeongINTRODUCTIONUnder Portuguese rule, gaming has been legalised inMacau since 1847 and this small former Asian overseasprovince of Portugal1has become known worldwideas the `Monte Carlo of the ... ...
  • The Gambling Act 2005: Regulatory Containment and Market Control
    • No. 70-4, July 2007
    • The Modern Law Review
    The Act marks a fundamental shift from legislative to market control of gambling. While plans for Las Vegas style casinos and internet gambling sites in Britain have suffered setbacks, restrictions...
    ... ... in Britai n ha ve su¡ered setbacks, restric- tions on the availability , advertising and stimulation of demand for gambling, enshrined in the Gaming Act 1 968, have been abandoned. In their place, a new regulatory bo dy, the Gambling Commission, has been established to take primary responsibility ... ...
  • Gaming and Betting
    • No. 14-2, April 1950
    • Journal of Criminal Law, The
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