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Stop orders
Agriculture & Markets (AGM) CHAPTER 69, ARTICLE 9-A
§ 142-hh. Stop orders. Whenever the commissioner or representatives of
the commissioner shall find any agricultural liming material suspected
of being supplied in violation of any of the provisions of this article
the commissioner or his or her representatives may issue a written "stop
order" to the owner or custodian of any such suspect lot and enforce the
same against any such person. Any such order may direct that the
agricultural liming material be removed from distribution and retained
at the establishment having custody. Any person aggrieved by a "stop
order" shall be entitled to a hearing thereon within ten days of a
demand therefor. It will be a violation of this section for the owner or
custodian of any agricultural liming material, affected by a "stop
order", to sell, barter, give away, use or otherwise remove such
material from the place of retention without prior written approval of
the commissioner or his or her authorized representative.