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47-1806.Livestock dealer; records and accounts; denial of application or suspension or revocation of registration, hearings. (a) Each livestock dealer shall keep records and accounts of all livestock purchased for resale that are sufficient to enable the commissioner to trace individual animals back to the herd of origin, to the point of destination or both.  These records and accounts shall be kept for a minimum of two years after livestock were purchased for resale.  The commissioner or the commissioner's employees or agents may examine the records and accounts during normal working hours.

(b) After notice and hearing in accordance with the provisions of the Kansas administrative procedure act, the commissioner may deny any application for registration or suspend or revoke any registration in force, if formal findings are made that the person has failed repeatedly to maintain records and accounts that are sufficient to allow the commissioner to trace animals back to the herd of origin, to the point of destination or both.

History: L. 1984, ch. 194, § 3; L. 1988, ch. 356, § 160; July 1, 1989.



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