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[Assume the 50 U.S. states for all questions]
1. For the Official Rules, is it okay to just have a link to it at the bottom of the entry web page?
Or does it need to be shown in full on the entry page itself? Do we need to force the user to check a checkbox saying something "I've read and agree to the Official Rules"? Any particular languaging required?
2. Does there have to be an offline way to obtain a list of winners?
3. In the Official Rules for another online sweeps, it says "18 or older" in under Eligibility, but in Affidavit of Eligibility section, it says "In winner is a minor...prize will be awarded to minor's parent or legal guardian...."
Why even have such a provision if minors can't enter in the first place?
Thank you for your expert insights!Please assume we're not running it in Rhode Island because of the filing reqs. I've read NY and FL also have bond requirements for prize pools of $5,000 or more. Not an issue with ours, since the total prize pool ARV is only ~$1,000. The standard language is in the template we're using to void it where not legal. But yes, I know it's always smart to have a lawyer go over it for the specific situation to make sure everything is as it should be.