Dispute Resolution Under The 2005 Gambling Act - A Practical Guide

In the fourth in a series of articles focusing on the practical aspect of licensing under the Gambling Act 2005, Gamblingcompliance discusses the new requirements for independent dispute resolution.

1. Background
Under their remit as set out in the 1968 Act, the Gaming Board acted as adjudicators in disputes involving licensed operators. Under the new regulatory framework introduced by the Gambling Act 2005, the Gambling Commission no longer has this function.

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