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Section 4123.79 | Party may enjoin operation of noncomplying employer - construction contractor or subcontractor.


(A) Any interested party may enjoin the further operation of an employer subject to this chapter who has failed to pay the employer's premium to the workers' compensation fund as prescribed in this chapter. The procedure to obtain an injunction is governed by Chapter 2727. of the Revised Code and the right to such relief is in addition to the rights described in section 2727.02 of the Revised Code.

(B)(1) No construction contractor or subcontractor who, on the date of entering into a construction contract has not been in compliance with section 4123.35 of the Revised Code for a minimum of nine consecutive months, may bring an action to enforce rights arising from that construction contract.

(2) Nothing in this section shall require the surety of a contractor or subcontractor described in division (B)(1) of this section to make payment of any workers' compensation obligation of that contractor or subcontractor or affect the surety's rights in the event that the contractor or subcontractor is in default or is declared by an obligee to be in default of its contractual obligations.

(C) As used in this section:

(1) "Interested party" means any of the following:

(a) An employer who is in compliance with section 4123.35 of the Revised Code and who is not a self-insuring employer;

(b) The attorney general;

(c) The administrator of workers' compensation.

(2) "Construction contract" means any oral or written agreement involving any activity in connection with the erection, alteration, repair, replacement, renovation, installation, or demolition of any building, structure, highway, or bridge.

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