North Dakota PSC Moves Against Grain Trader
PSC formally requested to be named trustee in insolvency actions in Hunter Hanson case
The North Dakota Public Service Commission on Dec. 19, formally passed a resolution to request courts to name them trustee in insolvency actions against grain trading companies operated by Hunter Brian Hanson of Leeds, ND.
AgWeek reports the PSC, at its regular meeting in Bismarck, voted to ask to be named trustee in the cases, involving Hanson, 21, a grain buyer based in Leeds, ND.
As earlier indicated, the PSC will move against Hanson's Midwest Grain Trading in district court in Burleigh County, at Bismarck, because it is a roving grain buyer's license. Separately, Hanson is doing business as NoDak Grain with a warehouse license. That case will be petitioned in Pierce County at Rugby, ND.