Idaho Statutes
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TITLE 22
AGRICULTURE AND HORTICULTURE
CHAPTER 22
SOIL AND PLANT AMENDMENTS
22-2217.  Stop-sale orders. The director may issue and enforce a written "stop-sale, use or removal" order to the manufacturer, distributor, owner or custodian of any soil amendment or plant amendment, or any lot thereof, if he determines that:
(1)  A soil amendment or plant amendment is not properly registered or whose registration has been revoked under this chapter;
(2)  The proper tonnage fees or tonnage reports have not been submitted to the department pursuant to section 22-2208 or 22-2209, Idaho Code; or
(3)  A soil amendment or plant amendment is misbranded or adulterated.
The order may require the person to whom it is directed to hold the soil amendment or plant amendment, or lot thereof, which is the subject of the order, at a designated place until the requirements of this chapter are satisfied and all costs and expenses reasonably incurred by the department in connection with the withdrawal are paid by or on behalf of the person to whom the order was directed.

History:
[22-2217, added 2001, ch. 250, sec. 3, p. 912.]


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