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Rule 109:1-1-06 | Determination letters.


(A) Any person or organization desiring a determination by the attorney general regarding the application of the provisions of sections 109.23 to 109.33, of the Revised Code, or the rules promulgated thereunder, relating to the registration or annual financial report requirements of such person or organization, may request a determination. Such request shall be made through the attorney general's on-line registration and filing system, setting forth the operative facts, the precise determination requested and the legal reasons that support the requested determination.

(B) In response to any such request, the attorney general may issue a letter making the determination requested or making any other determination based upon the facts disclosed, or the attorney general may decline to issue a determination letter. No determination letter shall be issued with respect to any issue that is the subject of pending litigation in which the person or organization is a party, or that does not affect the person or organization making the request. A determination letter shall be binding only as between the attorney general and the person or organization that requested the same and may not be relied upon by any other person or organization with respect to any issue, however similar in nature. The attorney general has the authority to revoke any determination made.

Supplemental Information

Authorized By: 109.27
Amplifies: 109.26, 109.31
Five Year Review Date: 6/23/2025
Prior Effective Dates: 5/3/1976