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SECTION 1005
Power of the commission to impose fines and penalties
Racing, Pari-Mutuel Wagering and Breeding Law (PML) CHAPTER 47-A, ARTICLE 10
§ 1005. Power of the commission to impose fines and penalties. In
addition to its power to suspend or revoke licenses granted by it, the
commission is hereby authorized and empowered to impose monetary fines
upon any corporation, association or person participating in any way in
simulcasts on which pari-mutuel betting is conducted, other than as a
patron, and whether licensed by the commission or not, for a violation
of any provision of this chapter or the rules promulgated by the
commission pursuant thereto, not exceeding the amounts set forth in
section one hundred sixteen of this chapter. The commission is further
authorized and empowered to impose monetary fines, not exceeding the
amounts set forth in section one hundred sixteen of this chapter, upon
any such corporation, association or person for a violation of any order
issued by the commission pursuant to the provisions of this chapter or
the rules promulgated by the commission pursuant thereto, provided that
a copy of such order shall have been served, either personally or by
registered mail, upon the corporation, association or person to whom the
same was directed, prior to the occurrence of the violation for which
such fine is imposed. Such fines shall be paid into the state treasury.
The action of the board in imposing any monetary fine shall be
reviewable in the supreme court in the manner provided by and subject to
the provisions of article seventy-eight of the civil practice law and
rules.