New Brunswick Potato Marketing Levies (Interprovincial and Export) Order — No. 2



Registration 1988-06-01

Order Respecting Fixing, Imposing and Collecting Levies on Potatoes Produced in New Brunswick and Marketed in Interprovincial and Export Trade

The New Brunswick Potato Agency, pursuant to sections 3Footnote * and 4 of the New Brunswick Potato Order, made by Order in Council P.C. 1980-2344 of September 5, 1980Footnote **, hereby makes the annexed Order respecting fixing, imposing and collecting levies on potatoes produced within a designated area in New Brunswick and marketed in interprovincial and export trade.

Florenceville, New Brunswick, May 31, 1988

Short Title

 This Order may be cited as the New Brunswick Potato Marketing Levies (Interprovincial and Export) Order — No. 2.


 In this Order,

Commodity Board

Commodity Board means the New Brunswick Potato Agency; (Office)

designated area

designated area means the counties of Albert, Charlotte, Gloucester, Kent, Kings, Northumberland, Queens, Restigouche, Saint John, Sunbury, Westmorland and York in the Province of New Brunswick; (région désignée)


person[Repealed, SOR/90-692, s. 1]


producer means a person who produces five acres or more of potatoes in any year. (producteur)

  • SOR/90-692, s. 1.


 This Order applies to the marketing of potatoes in interprovincial and export trade and to persons and property situated in the Province of New Brunswick.

Imposition of Levy

 Every producer in the designated area shall pay to the Commodity Board a levy of $14.40 per acre of potatoes produced by the producer or on behalf of the producer.

Method of Payment

 A producer shall remit the levy referred to in section 4 to the Commodity Board within 30 days after the producer has sold his entire crop of potatoes.

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