2006 Ohio Revised Code - 926.27. Handler discontinuing business.

§ 926.27. Handler discontinuing business.

Any licensed handler who intends to discontinue his operations at the expiration of his license or at any other time shall, at least thirty days prior to the date of the expiration or cancellation of his license, notify the director of agriculture, all parties storing agricultural commodities in the handler's warehouse, and all holders of receipts issued by him, if known. If all holders of receipts are not known, he shall advertise his intention by public notice in a newspaper of general circulation in the place in which the warehouse is situated or, if no newspaper is published in that place, in a newspaper of general circulation in the county in which the warehouse is situated. The owners or depositors of the commodities shall remove, or cause to be removed, the commodities from the warehouse before the expiration or cancellation of the license. If for any reason the commodities are not removed from the warehouse, the handler shall sell them for the account of the depositors in accordance with section 926.26 of the Revised Code. 

HISTORY: 139 v H 770. Eff 7-1-83.

The effective date of HB 770 (139 v  - ) is set by section 3 of the act. 

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