(1) A bingo, lotto or raffle game or Monte Carlo event conducted in violation of state gambling law or in violation of rules adopted by the Department of Justice may be enjoined in an action commenced by:
(a) The department;
(b) The district attorney of the county in which the game is conducted;
(c) The governing body of any county in which the game is conducted; or
(d) The governing body of any city in which the game is conducted.
(2) When a violation of state law relating to the conduct of bingo, lotto or raffle games or Monte Carlo events, or a violation of any rule of the department relating thereto, occurs on premises for which a license, permit or certificate issued by this state, or by a political subdivision or public agency of this state, is in effect, any such license, permit or certificate may be voided by the issuing authority. No license, permit or certificate so voided shall be issued or reissued for the premises for a period of at least 60 days thereafter.
(3) The Department of Justice or its designee may conduct investigations into the operation of any off-race course mutuel wagering applicant or licensee. For that purpose, the department may subpoena witnesses, compel attendance, take depositions and testimony and require the production of material relevant to the investigation. [1987 c.914 §19; 1997 c.867 §17]Section: Previous 464.380 464.385 464.390 464.420 464.430 464.450 464.470 464.480 464.490 464.500 464.510 464.520 464.530 464.990 464.995 Next
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