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Section 1121.48 | Suits and court proceedings.


(A) All suits and court proceedings brought by the superintendent of financial institutions shall be brought in the name of the state upon the superintendent's relation, and shall be conducted by the attorney general or a designee of the attorney general.

(B) A suit or court proceeding brought by the superintendent may be prosecuted in the court of common pleas of Franklin county, or of any other county in which the defendant or any of the defendants resides or may be found.

(C) In all suits or court proceedings brought by the superintendent, the writ may be sent by regular mail to the sheriff of any county, and the sheriff may return the writ by regular mail. The sheriff shall be allowed the same mileage and fees for the service as would be allowed if the writ had been issued from and made returnable to the court of common pleas of the sheriff's county.

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