North Dakota Century Code Title 60. Warehousing and Deposits § 60-02-07.2. Receiving stations
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A licensed public warehouseman may establish a receiving station without a separate warehouse license for that facility if all of the following conditions are met:
1. The station is colocated with another licensed public warehouse, the operator of which will take delivery of the grain on behalf of the warehouseman who established the receiving station.
2. The storage space used by the receiving station is used solely by the receiving station and is not licensed as part of the warehouse that is located at that site.
3. The grain taken in by the receiving station is not commingled with other grain at that site.
4. The warehouseman establishing the station requests and receives permission from the commissioner to increase licensed capacity to include the space to be used at the receiving station.
5. Grain received at the receiving station is recorded on scale tickets issued by the warehouseman who established the station and is covered by that warehouseman's bond.
6. Warehouse-receipted grain received at the receiving station is available for redelivery to the receiptholder at that location even if the station has been closed. A charge for redelivery must be stated in the warehouseman's redelivery policy.
The storage space used by a receiving station need not be physically disconnected from the facilities of the other licensed warehouse located at that site.
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