2013 Kentucky Revised Statutes
CHAPTER 367 - CONSUMER PROTECTION
367.270 Impounding of evidence in matter under investigation.


KY Rev Stat § 367.270 (2013) What's This?

Download as PDF 367.270 Impounding of evidence in matter under investigation. Whenever the Attorney General has probable cause to believe that a person has engaged in, or is engaging in, any practice declared by KRS 367.110 to 367.300 to be unlawful and whenever the Attorney General has probable cause to believe that information will not be obtainable pursuant to KRS 367.240 and 367.250 during the course of any investigation, he may apply to a Circuit Court ex parte for an order impounding any record, book, document, account, paper or sample of merchandise which is material to the practice under investigation. Such motion shall state in writing the grounds which the Attorney General believes constitute probable cause. The Circuit Court shall specify by order the length of time for copy or inspection. History: Created 1972 Ky. Acts ch. 4, sec. 17(3).

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