The Vermont Statutes Online
Commerce and Trade
3982. Void contracts
promises, notes, bills, bonds, judgments, and other assurances, and mortgages,
conveyances, or securities made and executed by a person in which any part of
the consideration is for money or other valuable thing won on any of the
aforesaid games, or borrowed or lent for such purpose at the time and place of
gaming, shall be null and void.