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touting

the making of personal representations by a veterinarian to persons who are not clients in an attempt to solicit their business.
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Local officials believe the problem of touting is most prevalent in Paphos because the town has many holidaymakers who fit the criteria of a lot of these companies.
Recorded calls touting McLean, Ferry and Heidt have also been received by voters, but it is not known who paid for those.
Anyone suspected of ticket touting can be ordered by police to leave the zone for 24 hours.
Deenihan's Prohibition of Ticket Touts Bill 2005 would make touting a criminal offence as there is no legislation in place now to deal specifically with touts.
Meanwhile, politicians yesterday called for a review of the law on touting.
Rangers already warn fans of the consequences of touting with a printed warning on the reverse side of tickets.
While the government are using their majority on a Dail Committee to block new legislation to outlaw touting.
Measures are needed against touting because it puts tickets out of the reach of the average and loyal fan," said Deputy Naughten.
The TD - who has drafted a bill to outlaw touting - said it was a disgrace that some of the most fervent fans will be left out in the cold and forced to watch their team on TV.
He claimed to have made thousands and said many unemployed French youths had turned to touting.
AT LAST the Government is preparing to punch a hole in the ticket- touting game.