Temporary nursery sale license
- • application
- • fee
- • rules
- • conditions
(1) Upon receipt of a fee established by the State Department of Agriculture, the department may issue a temporary nursery sale license for the holding of a nursery stock sale conducted by, or for the benefit of, a duly registered nonprofit organization, where such sale does not exceed seven consecutive days.
(2) Application for a temporary nursery sale license shall be made on a form furnished by the department, and shall be accompanied by the license fee. A separate application and license fee is required for each sale.
(3) The department may prescribe the conditions of such temporary nursery sales license, which conditions shall be stated in the license. Any such license may be revoked or suspended by the department for violation of any of the conditions stated therein. ORS 571.005 (Definitions for ORS 571.005 to 571.230) to 571.230 (Disposition and use of moneys received) and 571.991 (Penalties for ORS 571.005 to 571.230) shall not be applicable to such temporary nursery sales except as provided in this section.
(4) The department shall establish the fee described in subsection (1) of this section by rule. The department shall establish the fee at a level sufficient to cover the costs to the department associated with issuing the temporary nursery sale license, but not more than $50. [1971 c.756 §8; 2009 c.98 §25]
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