(1) A solicitor who represents to an individual in a written prize notice that the
individual has been awarded a prize shall provide the prize to the individual unless
the prize is not available. If the prize is not available, the solicitor shall provide the individual with any
one of the following items selected by the individual:
(a) any other prize listed in the written prize notice that is available and that
is of equal or greater value;
(b) the verifiable retail value of the prize in the form of cash, a money order, or
a certified check; or
(c) a voucher, certificate, or other evidence of obligation stating that the prize
will be shipped to the individual within 30 days at no cost to the individual.
(2) If a voucher, certificate, or other evidence of obligation delivered under Subsection
(1)(c) is not honored within 30 days, the solicitor shall deliver to the individual
the verifiable retail value of the prize in the form of cash, a money order, or a
certified check. The sponsor shall make the payment to the individual if the solicitor fails to do
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