RULE §321.627 Suspension or Termination of E-Wagering


Published: 2015

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(a) The executive secretary may issue a cease and desist order terminating the E-wagering system if the executive secretary determines that the operation of the E-wagering system:   (1) violates the Rules, the Act, or other state law;   (2) is detrimental to the integrity of pari-mutuel wagering; or   (3) does not comply with the requirements of an E-wagering system as defined in this Act or a Commission rule. (b) The executive secretary may deny, suspend, or terminate an individual's E-wagering account if the executive secretary determines the activities on the account:   (1) violate the Rules, the Act, or other state law; or   (2) are inconsistent with maintaining the integrity of pari-mutuel wagering.

Source Note: The provisions of this §321.627 adopted to be effective October 3, 2005, 30 TexReg 6264