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Chapter 196

< > Effective - 02 Jan 1979, see footnote    bottom

  196.348.  Court may order seizure of eggs, when — condemnation. — Any eggs found in the possession of an owner or custodian and not in compliance with the provisions of sections 196.311 to 196.361, or the rules or regulations adopted hereunder, shall be subject to seizure upon complaint of the director to the circuit court of the county or city in which such eggs are located.  Such seizure shall not be made until the owner or custodian of the eggs has been given forty-eight hours from the time of a "Stop-Sale" order to bring the eggs into compliance with sections 196.311 to 196.361, or the rules and regulations adopted hereunder. In the event the court finds that the eggs do not comply with sections 196.311 to 196.361, or the rules and regulations adopted hereunder, it shall order the condemnation thereof, and the eggs shall be denatured, processed, destroyed, regraded, relabeled, or otherwise disposed of by the court.


(L. 1955 p. 701 § 196.350, A.L. 1978 H.B. 1634)

Effective 1-2-79

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