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Texas Finance Code - FIN § 65.107. Power of Attorney Account

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(a) An association or a federal association doing business in this state may continue to recognize the authority of an attorney-in-fact authorized in writing to manage or withdraw money from a savings account of a member until the association receives written or actual notice of the revocation of that authority.

(b) For purposes of this section, written notice of the death or adjudication of incompetency of a member is considered to be written notice of revocation of the authority of the member's attorney-in-fact.

(1) The Oregon Racing Commission by rule may require that chemical analysis be made of the urine, saliva, blood or other body substances of animals participating in race meets or persons required to obtain a license pursuant to this chapter. The cost of such a test shall be paid by the commission.

(2) The costs of photo patrol of races which the commission may require to assist the stewards in resolving disputes or claims or as being in the public interest, including the cost of the photo finish, shall be an expense of the commission.

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