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Indiana Code Title 22. Labor and Safety § 22-4-32-18

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Sec. 18. To the end that the purposes of this article may be effectively enforced and administered, it is the declared intention of the general assembly that in all cases of legal distributions and dissolutions the commissioner shall have actual notice before any fiduciary administering the affairs of an employer subject to the payment of contributions under this article may file the fiduciary's final report with the court under whose authority and supervision such fiduciary acts.  From and after April 1, 1947, no such final report shall be filed unless a copy thereof has been served upon the commissioner by mailing a copy thereof by registered mail to the commissioner at the commissioner's office in Indianapolis at least ten (10) days prior to the filing of the same with the court.  Such final report shall contain a statement that a copy thereof was served in the manner provided in this section upon the commissioner, and before such final report may be approved by the court there shall be filed in said cause a certificate from the commissioner that this section has been fully complied with in the administration of the affairs of said employer.  In the event that the commissioner shall not have been served with a copy of the final report as provided in this section and the fiduciary or other officer of the court administering the affairs of any such employer shall have been discharged and the fiduciary's or other officer's final report approved, the commissioner may at any time within one (1) year from the date upon which such final report was approved file a petition with the court alleging that there was not full compliance with this section and the court, upon being satisfied that the commissioner was not fully advised of the proceedings relative to the filing and approval of the final report as provided in this section, shall set aside its approval of said final report with the result that the proceedings shall be reinstated as though no final report had been filed in the first instance and shall proceed from that point in the manner provided by law and not inconsistent with the provisions of this section.

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