Lottery definition

Lottery or "state lottery" means the lottery created pursuant to this act and operated exclusively by or under the exclusive control of the bureau of state lottery.
Lottery means the Virginia Lottery.
Lottery means any scheme for the disposal or distribution of property by

Examples of Lottery in a sentence

  • Butler, Director of Legislative and Policy Affairs, Maryland Lottery and Gaming Control Agency, 1800 Washington Blvd., Suite 330, Baltimore, MD 21230, or call(410) 230-8781, or email to, or fax to (410) 230-8727.

  • General Lottery: Cologne Academy District and State statutes require that Cologne Academy give preference forenrollment to: (1) an already enrolled student wanting to transfer to the other CA site, (2) a sibling* of an enrolled student and to a foster child of that student's parents before accepting other students by lot, (3) children of Cologne Academy district staff before accepting other pupils by lot, and (4) remaining students will be selected by lottery.

  • Once installed, the Vendor must obtain the Lottery Retailer’s authorized signature as confirmation that the machine has been successfully installed and is fully operational.

  • Transaction terminations may be due to time sensitivities, communications loss or other issues as accepted by the Selling Lottery.

  • Prize claim procedures shall be governed by the rules of the Selling Lottery.

More Definitions of Lottery

Lottery or “policy” means an unlawful gambling scheme in which:
Lottery means an unlawful gambling scheme in which:
Lottery means a game in which:
Lottery means any of a variety of techniques to distribute licenses or permits when the demand for such licenses or permits exceeds the supply, such techniques having the common characteristics of being verifiably blind, random, fair and equitable.
Lottery means the Minnesota State Lottery.
Lottery or "state lottery" means the lottery or lotteries established and operated pursuant to this
Lottery means any scheme for the disposal or distribution of property by chance among persons who have paid or promised to pay any valuable consideration for the chance of obtaining property, or portion of it, or for any share or any interest in property, upon any agreement, understanding, or expectation that it is to be distributed or disposed of by lot or chance, whether called a lottery, raffle, or gift enterprise, or by whatever name it is known.