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New Jersey Statutes Title 4. Agriculture and Domestic Animals 4 § 10-28

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Any person desiring to operate a controlled atmosphere storage facility for the storage of agricultural commodities may apply to the Secretary of Agriculture for a license.  A nonreturnable fee of $10.00 per room shall accompany the application.  Prior to the issuance of the license, the secretary or his authorized agent shall inspect the storage facilities to determine whether they comply with the applicable rules.  A license shall expire 1 year after the issuance thereof and may be renewed annually upon payment of a fee of $10.00 per room unless suspended or revoked for violation of this statute or regulations issued pursuant thereto.  When agricultural commodities are not represented as having been exposed to controlled atmosphere storage, it shall not be necessary to comply with the requirements of this act.

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