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Processing Potato Information Order, M.R. 62/2007

« Processing Potato Information Order », R.M. 62/2007

The Farm Products Marketing Act, C.C.S.M. c. F47

NOTE: This regulation was enacted in English only.

Loi sur la commercialisation des produits agricoles, c. F47 de la C.P.L.M.

NOTE : Ce règlement a été adopté en anglais seulement.

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Regulation 62/2007
Registered March 26, 2007

This order is made under the Manitoba Processing Potato Marketing Plan Regulation, Manitoba Regulation 206/2006, and is Order No. 1, 2007 of Keystone Potato Producers Association.

Producer information

1   Every person engaged in the production of potatoes within Manitoba shall

(a) keep and maintain complete and accurate books and records of all matters relating to such production and all matters relating to the marketing of such potatoes;

(b) at all times permit any authorized representative of this Board to inspect such books and records and facilitate such inspection;

(c) upon request from this Board promptly report to this Board such information respecting the production and the marketing of potatoes as this Board may require and, without restricting the generality of the foregoing, fill in and deliver to the head office of this Board within 10 days of request from this Board a report on such production or such marketing in the form prescribed by this Board containing the information and data indicated thereon properly certified as accurate; and

(d) within three days of the marketing of potatoes other than potatoes marketed pursuant to a potato growing agreement with a registered processor entered into prior to the planting of the seed to produce such potatoes, or pursuant to a permit issued by this Board, or pursuant to an exemption granted by this Board, fill in and deliver to the head office of this Board a report on such marketing in the form prescribed by this Board containing the information and data indicated thereon properly certified as accurate.

Purchaser information

2   Every person who acquires potatoes within Manitoba shall

(a) keep and maintain complete and accurate books and records of all matters relating to such acquisition of potatoes;

(b) at all times permit any authorized representative of this Board to inspect such books and records and facilitate such inspection; and

(c) upon request from this Board promptly report to this Board such information respecting the acquisition of potatoes as this Board may require without restricting the generality of the foregoing, fill in and deliver to the head office of this Board within 10 days of request from this Board a report on such acquisition in the form prescribed by this Board containing the information and data indicating thereon properly certified as accurate.

Potato growing agreements

3(1)   Each processor within Manitoba shall

(a) keep and maintain complete and accurate books and records of each potato growing agreement entered into with a producer; and

(b) forward to this Board, within 10 days after entering into a potato growing agreement, a copy of such potato growing agreement.

3(2)   Each producer within Manitoba shall, upon request from this Board, forward to this Board within 10 days of request from this Board a copy of each potato growing agreement entered into by such producer.

Marketing reports

4(1)   Each processor within Manitoba shall, within 10 days of acquiring potatoes from a producer fill in and deliver to the head office of this Board a report on such acquisition in a form prescribed by this Board containing the information and data indicating thereon properly certified as accurate.

4(2)   Subsection (1) does not apply if the potatoes were acquired pursuant to

(a) a potato growing agreement with such producer entered into prior to the planting of the seed to produce such potatoes which agreement had been forwarded to this Board pursuant to clause 3(1)(b);

(b) a permit issued by this Board; or

(c) an exemption granted by this Board.

4(3)   Each person engaged in the production of potatoes within Manitoba shall, within 10 days of marketing potatoes fill in and deliver to the head office of this Board a report on such marketing in the form prescribed by this Board containing the information and data indicating thereon properly certified as accurate.

4(4)   Subsection (3) does not apply if the potatoes were marketed pursuant to

(a) a potato growing agreement entered into prior to the planting of the seed to produce such potatoes which agreement had been forwarded to this Board pursuant to clause 3(1)(b);

(b) a permit issued by this Board; or

(c) an exemption issued by this Board.

March 13, 2007KEYSTONE POTATO PRODUCERS ASSOCIATION:

Nick Heide, Chairperson

Dan Sawatsky, Vice-Chairperson