Weights and measures that have been rejected under the authority of the director or
of a sealer shall remain subject to the control of the rejecting authority until such
time as suitable repair or disposition thereof has been made as required by this section. The owners of such rejected weights and measures shall cause the same to be made
correct within thirty (30) days or such shorter period as may be authorized by the
rejecting authority; or, in lieu of this, may dispose of the same, but only in such
manner as is specifically authorized by the rejecting authority. Weights and measures that have been rejected shall not again be used commercially
until they have been officially reexamined and found to be correct, or until specific
written permission for such use is issued by the rejecting authority, or until the
rejection tag has been removed and the rejected device repaired and placed in service
by a person duly registered to perform such acts under a regulation issued by the
director for the registration of weights and measures servicemen and service agencies.
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