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New York Arts and Cultural Affairs - Article 25 - § 25.11 Resales of Tickets Within Buffer Zone

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    § 25.11. Resales  of  tickets  within buffer zone. 1. No person, firm,
  corporation or not-for-profit organization, whether  or  not  domiciled,
  licensed  or  registered within the state, shall resell, offer to resell
  or solicit the resale of any ticket to any place of entertainment having
  a permanent seating capacity in excess of five thousand  persons  within
  one thousand five hundred feet from the physical structure of such place
  of entertainment, or a ticket office.
    2.  No  person,  firm,  corporation  or  not-for-profit  organization,
  whether or not domiciled, licensed or registered within the state, shall
  resell, offer to resell or solicit the resale of any ticket to any place
  of entertainment having a permanent seating capacity of five thousand or
  fewer persons within five hundred feet from the  physical  structure  or
  ticket  office  of  such  place  of entertainment, provided however that
  current licensees and those seeking a license  under  this  article  are
  exempt  from such buffer zone when operating out of a permanent physical
  structure.
    3. Notwithstanding subdivisions  one  and  two  of  this  section,  an
  operator may designate an area within the property line of such place of
  entertainment  for  the  lawful resale of tickets only to events at such
  place  of  entertainment   by   any   person,   firm,   corporation   or
  not-for-profit  organization,  whether  or  not  domiciled,  licensed or
  registered within the state.
    4. For purposes of this section, "ticket office" means a  building  or
  other  structure  located  other  than at the place of entertainment, at
  which the operator or the operator's agent offers tickets for first sale
  to the public.
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