Based off Grim's Casino Verification Acts and Zibblez's Casino Verification Act
From the desks of Congressman DeCat, Congresswoman Zibblez & District Attorney Henderson
Purpose : Upon passage of this act casinos will be criminally charged if found scamming players out of money or said players personal belongings.
Article I - Before legally opening a casino, said owner of the casino must submit an application to the Department of Treasury to be reviewed and accepted, however casinos may skip the application process if they receive permission to open from one of the following officials:
President of Vindex Nation
Vice President of Vindex Nation
Secretary of Treasury
State Governor of the state in which the casino operates
Article II - A casino that has been reported to the Department of Treasury for fraud or scamming must be inspected by the Department of Treasury in association with the Department of Justice. Methods of reporting casino fraud may be decided by the Department of Treasury.
Article III - Casino fraud (also referred to as scamming) is defined as either a casino failing to offer players a chance to win or inaccurately advertising odds of victory. The individual act committed by a casino resulting in casino fraud or scamming shall be referred to as a violation in this bill.
Article IV - If a casino committs casino fraud or any other form of scamming against their customers they may be criminally charged and/or disciplined by the Department of Treasury. Punishments by the Department of Treasury will be determined by the amount of offenses said casino owner has:
First offense: Casino owner will be required within one week to correct their fraud/scam. (EX: rigging the game in favor of another player, or to make a player lose said game) If said violation is not corrected, they will be charged with a second offense.
Second offense: Casino owner will be required to temporarily shut down their casino until the casino owner is permitted by the Department of Treasury to re-open. If said casino owner re-opens their casino without having permission from the Department of Treasury, they will be charged with a third offense.
Third offense: If a casino is discovered to commit numerous violations of this act (at least three violations), the casino will be the permanently shut down by the Department of Treasury.
If a casino owner wants to re-open their casino, they must put in an appeal. Casino owners may be criminally charged for multiple violations of this act (second offense or higher) if desired by the Department of Justice or Department of Treasury.
Article V - Any player subject to casino fraud must be fully refunded by the offending casino.
Article VI - The Department of Treasury shall manage appeals for casino fraud except in cases where the casino owner has been criminally charged, in which case appeals shall be handled by the Judiciary.
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