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58 Pa. Code § 163.105. Transfers.

§ 163.105. Transfers.

 (a)  A horse is not permitted to start whose name and true ownership is not registered with the racing secretary. Transfers and sales shall be accurately recorded on the foal certificate at the time of the transfer or sale. Sales and transfers shall be deemed to be for consideration and to be clear except for encumbrances expressly noted on the bill of sale form approved by the Commission. A protest or claim may not be considered unless stated in detail upon the bill of sale.

 (b)  Transfers of horses by trainers upon the grounds that have started at least once at the current meeting shall be recorded with the stewards. A transfer may not be deemed to be effective until it has been recorded.


   The provisions of this §  163.105 amended November 24, 1978, effective November 25, 1978, 8 Pa.B. 3341.

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