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Indiana Code Title 26. Commercial Law § 26-3-7-6.5

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Sec. 6.5. (a) The names, locations, respective counties, and license status of licensees may be disclosed.

(b) Unless in accordance with a judicial order, the director, the agency, its counsel, auditors, or its other employees or agents shall not divulge any other information disclosed by the applications or reports filed or inspections performed under the provisions of this chapter. However, information may be divulged to agents and employees of the agency, the board, as required by subsection (d), the state board of accounts or another entity retained under subsection (f), or to any other legal representative of the state or federal government otherwise empowered to see or review the information.

(c) Except as provided in subsection (d), the director may disclose the information described in subsection (b) only in the form of an information summary or profile, or statistical study based upon data provided with respect to more than one (1) warehouse, grain buyer, or buyer-warehouse that does not identify the warehouse, grain buyer, or buyer-warehouse to which the information applies.

(d) The director shall disclose to the board, while the board is in executive session, the status and inspection results of any licensee who poses a significant risk of failure or who has failed to meet the minimum requirements in section 4(e) or 16 of this chapter on two (2) consecutive audits.  The director may not include any identifying information regarding the licensee.  The director may not disclose the information to a board member who has not executed a confidentiality agreement presented by the agency.

(e) The director shall provide the board with records of previous failures to analyze the factors that have led to previous failures.

(f) The director may use the services of the state board of accounts or retain another entity to assist the agency in investigating any audit results or other factors which indicate the potential for a licensee failure.  The director may seek the advice and guidance of the board on selecting an entity or on any other matter.

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