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54-7,107. Records; contents; access by department.(1) An exotic animal auction or swap meet organizer shall maintain records for each exotic animal auction or swap meet such organizer arranges, organizes, leases areas for, or otherwise coordinates at least five years after the date of the exotic animal auction or swap meet. The records shall include:(a) The name, address, and telephone number of the exotic animal auction or swap meet organizer;(b) The name and address of all persons who purchased, sold, traded, bartered, gave away, or otherwise transferred an exotic animal at the exotic animal auction or swap meet;(c) The number of and species or type of each exotic animal purchased, sold, traded, bartered, given away, or otherwise transferred at the exotic animal auction or swap meet;(d) The date of purchase, sale, trade, barter, or other transfer of an exotic animal at the exotic animal auction or swap meet; and(e) A copy of the completed certificate of veterinary inspection, if required under the Animal Importation Act or any rules or regulations adopted and promulgated under the act or if the exotic animal is to be exported to another state, for each exotic animal purchased, sold, traded, bartered, given away, or otherwise transferred at the exotic animal auction or swap meet.(2) An exotic animal auction or swap meet organizer shall, during all reasonable times, permit authorized employees and agents of the department to have access to and to copy any or all records relating to his or her exotic animal auction or swap meet business.(3) When necessary for the enforcement of sections 54-7,105 to 54-7,108 or any rules and regulations adopted and promulgated pursuant to such sections, the authorized employees and agents of the department may access the records required by this section. SourceLaws 2006, LB 856, § 8. Cross ReferencesAnimal Importation Act, see section 54-784.01.Definitions, see section 54-701.03.Department of Agriculture, State Veterinarian, powers, see sections 54-703 to 54-705.Violations, penalties, see section 54-752.

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Statutes > Nebraska > Chapter54 > 54-7_107

54-7,107. Records; contents; access by department.(1) An exotic animal auction or swap meet organizer shall maintain records for each exotic animal auction or swap meet such organizer arranges, organizes, leases areas for, or otherwise coordinates at least five years after the date of the exotic animal auction or swap meet. The records shall include:(a) The name, address, and telephone number of the exotic animal auction or swap meet organizer;(b) The name and address of all persons who purchased, sold, traded, bartered, gave away, or otherwise transferred an exotic animal at the exotic animal auction or swap meet;(c) The number of and species or type of each exotic animal purchased, sold, traded, bartered, given away, or otherwise transferred at the exotic animal auction or swap meet;(d) The date of purchase, sale, trade, barter, or other transfer of an exotic animal at the exotic animal auction or swap meet; and(e) A copy of the completed certificate of veterinary inspection, if required under the Animal Importation Act or any rules or regulations adopted and promulgated under the act or if the exotic animal is to be exported to another state, for each exotic animal purchased, sold, traded, bartered, given away, or otherwise transferred at the exotic animal auction or swap meet.(2) An exotic animal auction or swap meet organizer shall, during all reasonable times, permit authorized employees and agents of the department to have access to and to copy any or all records relating to his or her exotic animal auction or swap meet business.(3) When necessary for the enforcement of sections 54-7,105 to 54-7,108 or any rules and regulations adopted and promulgated pursuant to such sections, the authorized employees and agents of the department may access the records required by this section. SourceLaws 2006, LB 856, § 8. Cross ReferencesAnimal Importation Act, see section 54-784.01.Definitions, see section 54-701.03.Department of Agriculture, State Veterinarian, powers, see sections 54-703 to 54-705.Violations, penalties, see section 54-752.

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State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Nebraska > Chapter54 > 54-7_107

54-7,107. Records; contents; access by department.(1) An exotic animal auction or swap meet organizer shall maintain records for each exotic animal auction or swap meet such organizer arranges, organizes, leases areas for, or otherwise coordinates at least five years after the date of the exotic animal auction or swap meet. The records shall include:(a) The name, address, and telephone number of the exotic animal auction or swap meet organizer;(b) The name and address of all persons who purchased, sold, traded, bartered, gave away, or otherwise transferred an exotic animal at the exotic animal auction or swap meet;(c) The number of and species or type of each exotic animal purchased, sold, traded, bartered, given away, or otherwise transferred at the exotic animal auction or swap meet;(d) The date of purchase, sale, trade, barter, or other transfer of an exotic animal at the exotic animal auction or swap meet; and(e) A copy of the completed certificate of veterinary inspection, if required under the Animal Importation Act or any rules or regulations adopted and promulgated under the act or if the exotic animal is to be exported to another state, for each exotic animal purchased, sold, traded, bartered, given away, or otherwise transferred at the exotic animal auction or swap meet.(2) An exotic animal auction or swap meet organizer shall, during all reasonable times, permit authorized employees and agents of the department to have access to and to copy any or all records relating to his or her exotic animal auction or swap meet business.(3) When necessary for the enforcement of sections 54-7,105 to 54-7,108 or any rules and regulations adopted and promulgated pursuant to such sections, the authorized employees and agents of the department may access the records required by this section. SourceLaws 2006, LB 856, § 8. Cross ReferencesAnimal Importation Act, see section 54-784.01.Definitions, see section 54-701.03.Department of Agriculture, State Veterinarian, powers, see sections 54-703 to 54-705.Violations, penalties, see section 54-752.

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