Le texte figurant ci-dessous constitue la codification la plus récente en date du 1er déc. 2023.
Ceci est la première version. Il est en vigueur depuis le 3 mars 2008.
Broiler Breeder Laying Hen Penalty Levies Regulation, M.R. 45/2008
« Broiler Breeder Laying Hen Penalty Levies Regulation », R.M. 45/2008
The Farm Products Marketing Act, C.C.S.M. c. F47
NOTE: This regulation was enacted in English only.
Registered March 3, 2008
This regulation is made under the Manitoba Chicken Broiler Producers Marketing Plan Regulation, Manitoba Regulation 246/2004, and is Regulation No. 1(HE), 2007 of Manitoba Chicken Producers.
1 In this regulation, "laying hen" means a broiler breeder laying hen that is 24 weeks of age or older.
2 A levy is imposed on every person who has been allotted a broiler breeder laying hen quota by this Board, of $2.50 per laying hen raised or kept by such person in Manitoba at any point in time in any calendar month in any facility in excess of the maximum number of laying hens that such person has been authorized by this Board to raise or keep at that point in time in that facility, as indicated on the Laying Hen Possession Certificate issued to that person by this Board.
3 A levy is imposed on every person who raises or keeps laying hens in Manitoba and who has not been allotted a broiler breeder laying hen quota by this Board of $2.50 per laying hen raised or kept by such person in Manitoba at any time in any calendar month.
Payment of levies
4 The levies imposed under this regulation shall be due and payable to this Board at its office, 1357 Kenaston Boulevard, Winnipeg, Manitoba, R3P 2P2, within seven days following delivery of notice in writing to such person by this Board of the amount of the levy calculated by this Board to be owing by such person to this Board.
December 6, 2007MANITOBA CHICKEN PRODUCERS:
Waldie Klassen, Chair
Wayne Hiltz, General Manager
February 25, 2008MANITOBA FARM PRODUCTS MARKETING COUNCIL:
David Gislason, Chairperson
Gordon H. MacKenzie, Secretary