|(a) In conjunction with the detention or embargo of bedding
under §205.13 of this title (relative to Detained or Embargoed Bedding),
the commissioner may order bedding to be recalled from commerce.
(b) The commissioner's recall order may require the bedding
to be removed to one or more secure areas approved by the commissioner or
an authorized agent.
(c) The recall order must be in writing and signed by the commissioner.
(d) The recall order may be issued before or in conjunction
with the affixing of the notice under §205.13 of this title.
(e) The recall is effective until the order:
(1) expires on its own terms;
(2) is withdrawn by the commissioner; or
(3) is reversed by a court in an order denying condemnation.
(f) The claimant of the bedding or the claimant's agent shall
pay the costs of the removal and storage of the bedding removed.
(g) If the claimant or the claimant's agent fails or refuses
to carry out the recall order in a timely manner, the commissioner may provide
for the recall of the bedding. The costs of the recall shall be assessed against
the claimant of the bedding or the claimant's agent.
(h) The commissioner may request the attorney general to bring
an action in the district court of Travis County to recover the costs of the
recall, attorney's fees, court costs, and interest from the time the expense
was incurred through the date the department was reimbursed.