2011 Hawaii Code
145. Regulation of Farm Produce
§145-22 Agricultural commodities; ownership and movement certification.

HI Rev Stat § 145-22 (2011 through Reg Sess) What's This?

§145-22 Agricultural commodities; ownership and movement certification. (a) Every person, upon sale of any agricultural commodity or upon transportation of lots of any agricultural commodity of more than two hundred pounds or with a value of at least $100 that is marketed for commercial purposes, shall complete a certificate describing the commodity and indicating:

(1) The seller, owner, buyer, or consignee;

(2) The origin; and

(3) The destination.

Two copies of the certificate shall accompany the shipment, and a copy shall be retained by the person completing the certificate. One of the copies of the certificate shall be presented upon request to a state or county law enforcement officer or other officer, employee, or any other person as described in section 145-25.

(b) This section shall not apply to the retail sale of an agricultural commodity to the final consumer. [L 1999, c 186, pt of §2; am L 2003, c 20, §2]

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