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2019 Mississippi Code
Title 87 - Contracts and Contractual Relations
Chapter 1 - Gambling and Future Contracts
§ 87-1-1. Utterly void
Universal Citation: MS Code § 87-1-1 (2019)
Contracts, judgments, securities, conveyances made, given, granted, or executed, where the whole or any part of the consideration or foundation thereof shall be for money, or any valuable thing won, lost, or bet at any game or games, or on any horse-race, cock-fight, or at any other sport, amusement, or pastime, or on any wager whatever, or for the reimbursing or repaying any money knowingly lent or advanced for the purpose of such gaming or gambling, or to be wagered on any game, play, horse-race, cock-fight, or on any sport, amusement, pastime, or wager, shall be utterly void.
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