No date set for law tackling ticket touts
The Above-Cost Ticket Touting Bill was introduced by Fine Gael TD Noel Rock and Fianna Fáil TD Stephen Donnelly, and its second stage was completed in the Dáil on February 21, 2019
New legislation to tackle ticket reselling at extortionate prices is not yet in sight, the Department of Business, Enterprise and Innovation has said.
“While good progress has been made and it is the minister’s aim to finalise the necessary amendments as soon as possible, it is not possible to provide a precise time frame for their completion,” the department said.
Legal advice has been sought from the office of the Attorney...
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