On the 31st May 2022, HMGoG issued the Command Paper on the draft Bill for a new Gambling Act.
According to the Command Paper The Bill "seeks to establish more flexibility in relation to licensing (especially around the issue of equipment location), to extend the activities that require licensing and extend the categories of licenses, and to introduce formal processes, and greater transparency and accountability of decision-making by the licensing authority and the regulator."
To read more on the proposed changes click HERE
If you have any questions on the proposed bill Triay Lawyers would be happy to discuss how this may affect your business and how we can help.
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There is seldom much change in Gibraltar Property Law. However, in recent months there have been some material updates which we would like to highlight as follows