§ 3.1-704. (Repealed effective October 1, 2008) Hearing and order of Commissioner on such complaint
If the Commissioner or his agent, within a reasonable time, is unable to effect settlement to the satisfaction of the parties involved, he or his agent shall, after giving the parties at least five days' notice as to time and place, which shall be in the city or town in which is situated the place of business of the commission merchant or in which the transaction complained of occurred, or at the option of the parties, in such other place as they may mutually agree, proceed to hear evidence concerning the matter involved, and thereafter either dismiss the complaint or enter such order against the commission merchant as the Commissioner shall deem proper to afford the consignor relief. Any such order shall be complied with within the time specified therein; provided, however, such period of time shall not be less than five days.
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