2006 New York Code - Delivery Of Property On Discharge Of Employees.

    §  113.  Delivery  of property on discharge of employees. Every person
  employed  upon  the  canal  system  and  occupying  any  house,  office,
  building,  or  land  belonging  thereto,  who  is  discharged  from  his
  employment or otherwise separated from the service, and the  spouse  and
  family  of  every  such  person,  shall  deliver to the corporation or a
  person designated by it, the possession of the premises so occupied  and
  of  all books, papers, matters or other articles and things belonging to
  the canal system acquired by virtue of  such  employment,  within  seven
  days after notice is served for that purpose by the corporation. In case
  of  a  refusal  or neglect to make such delivery, any court of competent
  jurisdiction in the county where such  premises  are  situate,  may,  on
  application,  issue  a  warrant  ordering any peace officer, when acting
  pursuant to his special duties, or police officer, with such  assistance
  as  may  be  necessary,  to  enter, in the daytime, upon the premises so
  occupied and remove therefrom all persons found in  possession  thereof,
  and  to  take  into  his  custody all books, papers, articles and things
  there found belonging to the canal system, and deliver the same  to  the
  corporation  or  to some person designated by it, and such officer shall
  execute such warrant accordingly.

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