226 Gambling Commission may engage experts and receive wide evidence

(1)

The Gambling Commission may appoint experts to assist the Gambling Commission to exercise its functions or powers, or to do any of the things specified in subsection (2).

(2)

A person appointed as an expert—

(a)

may be required to make inquiries, conduct research, facilitate consultation, or provide reports on matters before the Gambling Commission; and

(b)

is entitled to be paid fees by the Gambling Commission at rates that the Gambling Commission thinks fit; and

(c)

may be separately reimbursed for expenses reasonably incurred in performing the services.

(3)

The Gambling Commission may—

(a)

reconsider any matter that has been determined by it and issue a fresh determination; and

(b)

receive evidence that is not admissible in a court.