Gaming and Lotteries Act, 1956

Private lotteries.

23.—A lottery shall not be unlawful if—

(a) the sale of chances is confined to—

(i) the members of one society established and conducted for purposes not connected with gaming, wagering or lotteries, or

(ii) persons all of whom work or reside on the same premises, and

(b) there is no written notice or announcement relating to the lottery except a notice on the premises of the society or other persons concerned or to members of the society.