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California Code, Business and Professions Code - BPC § 22752

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As used in this chapter, an “unauthorized person” with respect to possession of a bakery tray, bakery basket, or merchandise pallet includes anyone in possession of one or more of these items, except the following:

(a) The company owner.

(b) A person in lawful possession of the item.

(c) A person who, with the consent of the company owner or the company's agent, has temporary possession of the item as a result of the purchase of the products or merchandise transported using the item.

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