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Fair association, when entitled to privileges
Racing, Pari-Mutuel Wagering and Breeding Law (PML) CHAPTER 47-A, ARTICLE 2
§ 211. Fair association, when entitled to privileges. Any state,
county or other fair association shall be entitled to the privileges
conferred by section two hundred four of this article upon filing in the
offices wherein its certificate of incorporation is filed, a certificate
that sets forth its intention to avail itself of such privileges; and
any such state, county or other fair association shall not be required
to obtain any license or file any other certificate. State, county and
other fair associations entitled to conduct trotting races may also
conduct running races in connection therewith, and the provisions of
this article requiring a racetrack to be of specified dimensions shall
not apply to such association; but no running races shall be conducted
for more than five days on any track or grounds, unless the license of
the commission therefor is first obtained.