Section 1713.09 | Location may be changed.
A college, university, or other institution of learning, existing by virtue of an act of incorporation, or that becomes incorporated for any of the purposes specified in sections 1713.01 to 1713.39, inclusive, of the Revised Code, if three-fourths of the trustees or directors thereof deem it proper, or if the institution is owned in shares, or by stock subscribed or taken, by a vote of the holders of three-fourths of the stock or shares, may change the location of such institution, convey its real estate, and transfer the effects thereof, and invest them at the place to which such institution is removed. Any institution which has a certificate of authorization from the chancellor of higher education shall give written notice to the chancellor before such institution changes its location. No such removal shall be ordered, and no vote taken thereon, until after publication in the manner provided by law in case of a sale and distribution of the property of such an institution. Such publication shall fully set forth the place to which it is proposed to remove the institution. In case of removal, a copy of the proceedings of such meeting shall be filed with the secretary of state.