New Mexico Statutes Chapter 60. Business Licenses § 60-16-2. Definitions
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As used in the Pecan Buyers Licensure Act:
A. “buyer” means a person engaged in the business of purchasing in-shell pecans from a pecan producer and includes an accumulator, buying station, cleaning plant, sheller, dealer or broker;
B. “buying location” means a physical location where a buyer accepts in-shell pecans or a physical location where records relating to the purchase of in-shell pecans are maintained in the event the purchase of in-shell pecans is brokered;
C. “department” means the New Mexico department of agriculture, its staff or authorized agents;
D. “director” means the director of the New Mexico department of agriculture;
E. “in-shell pecan” means a pecan nut with its shell attached;
F. “license” means an in-shell pecan buyer's license issued by the department pursuant to the Pecan Buyers Licensure Act;
G. “peace officer” means a full-time salaried and commissioned or certified law enforcement officer of a police or sheriff's department that is part of or administered by the state or a political subdivision of the state;
H. “pecan producer” means a person who grows pecans; and
I. “personal identification document” means:
(1) a driver's license;
(2) a military identification card; or
(3) a passport issued by the United States or by another country and recognized by the United States.
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