Any corporation, organized under the laws of this state for the purpose of establishing, conducting, and maintaining a child welfare institution or agency, which is unable, for any reason, to conduct and maintain such institution or agency, and which has not, for a period of three consecutive years, conducted or maintained a place or establishment for the care of children, and which has in its hands funds or properties acquired by it for the purpose of establishing, conducting, and maintaining such institution or agency, may, subject to the approval of the department of job and family services, and subject to the terms of any deed, will, or other instrument pursuant to which such funds or properties were acquired, transfer such funds or properties to the public children services agency, to be used for the purposes for which such funds or property were acquired. The transfer of such funds or properties to the agency shall be a full discharge of the obligation or liability of such corporation and its trustees with respect to the funds and properties so transferred.
Cite as R.C. § 5153.32
History. Effective Date: 07-01-2000