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Section 133.31 | Delivering securities.


(A) Unless otherwise provided in the proceedings, a subdivision that sells an issue of securities shall deliver the securities for payment within the state to the purchaser, or to a bank or trust company or other agent of the purchaser designated by the purchaser, without charge to the purchaser. The subdivision may agree to deliver the securities to any other place at the request of the purchaser, at the expense of the purchaser unless otherwise provided in the proceedings for sale. The expense of delivery to be paid by the subdivision shall not be considered in determining the best bid for securities sold at public sale.

(B) The subdivision or its paying agent or registrar shall not deduct any amount from the debt charges payable on any securities as any registration, transfer, exchange, collection, payment, or other service charge.

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