California Code, Business and Professions Code - BPC § 21609.5
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(a) Except as provided in subdivision (b), no junk dealer or recycler may purchase or receive refillable stainless steel or aluminum alloy beer kegs marked with an indicia of ownership from any person or entity other than the indicated owner. For purposes of this section, “indicia of ownership” means words, symbols, or registered trademarks printed, stamped, etched, attached, or otherwise displayed on the exterior surface of the beer keg that reasonably identifies the owner.
(b) If the seller is not the indicated owner, a junk dealer or recycler may purchase or receive refillable stainless steel or aluminum alloy beer kegs only if the seller or transferor provides a receipt from the indicated owner verifying the seller's current ownership or a document indicating that the seller or transferor is authorized by the indicated owner to sell or transfer the beer kegs. Copies of these documents shall be maintained by the junk dealer or recycler as part of the written record of the transaction.
Sec. 10.1. (a) All claims against the financial institution that are proved to the satisfaction of the receiver or approved by the receivership court shall be paid in the following order:
(1) Claims of persons referred to in IC 28-1-12-6 as having preference and priority.
(2) Administration expenses of the liquidation, including the following:
(A) Court costs.
(B) Compensation and actual expenses incurred by the department or the receiver in order to facilitate the liquidation.
(C) Compensation of each regular officer or employee of the receiver for the time actually devoted by the officer or employee to the liquidation of the financial institution at an amount not to exceed the compensation paid to the officer or employee for the performance of the regular duties of the officer or employee.
(D) Actual expenses of each regular officer or employee of the receiver that are necessarily incurred in the performance of the duties of the officer or employee in the liquidation.
(E) Compensation and expenses of any special representative, assistant, accountant, agent, or attorney employed by the receiver.
(F) The reasonable general overhead expenses that are incurred by the department or the receiver in the liquidation of the affairs of the financial institution.
(3) Claims given priority under other provisions of state or federal law.
(4) Deposit obligations.
(5) Other general liabilities.
(6) Debt subordinated to the claims of general creditors.
(7) Equity capital securities.
(b) Interest may not be paid on any claim until the full principal amount of every claim within the same class has been paid.
(c) If the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation is the receiver, compliance with this section is not required.
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