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54-189. Satisfactory evidence of ownership, defined.Satisfactory evidence of ownership consists of the brands, tattoos, or marks on the livestock; point of origin of livestock; the physical description of the livestock; the documentary evidence, such as bills of sale, brand clearance, certificates of inspection, breed registration certificates, animal health or testing certificates, recorded brand certificates, purchase sheets, scale tickets, disclaimers of interest, affidavits, court orders, security agreements, powers of attorney, canceled checks, bills of lading, or tags; and such other facts, statements, or circumstances that taken in whole or in part cause an inspector to believe that proof of ownership is established. SourceLaws 1999, LB 778, § 20.

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Nebraska > Chapter54 > 54-189

54-189. Satisfactory evidence of ownership, defined.Satisfactory evidence of ownership consists of the brands, tattoos, or marks on the livestock; point of origin of livestock; the physical description of the livestock; the documentary evidence, such as bills of sale, brand clearance, certificates of inspection, breed registration certificates, animal health or testing certificates, recorded brand certificates, purchase sheets, scale tickets, disclaimers of interest, affidavits, court orders, security agreements, powers of attorney, canceled checks, bills of lading, or tags; and such other facts, statements, or circumstances that taken in whole or in part cause an inspector to believe that proof of ownership is established. SourceLaws 1999, LB 778, § 20.

State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Nebraska > Chapter54 > 54-189

54-189. Satisfactory evidence of ownership, defined.Satisfactory evidence of ownership consists of the brands, tattoos, or marks on the livestock; point of origin of livestock; the physical description of the livestock; the documentary evidence, such as bills of sale, brand clearance, certificates of inspection, breed registration certificates, animal health or testing certificates, recorded brand certificates, purchase sheets, scale tickets, disclaimers of interest, affidavits, court orders, security agreements, powers of attorney, canceled checks, bills of lading, or tags; and such other facts, statements, or circumstances that taken in whole or in part cause an inspector to believe that proof of ownership is established. SourceLaws 1999, LB 778, § 20.

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