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Tennessee Code Title 44. Animals and Animal Husbandry § 44-10-206

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The following actions are prohibited:

(1) Any person acting as a livestock dealer without a valid license issued by the commissioner;

(2) Failure to maintain records as required by the commissioner, including the names and addresses of sellers and buyers of livestock;

(3) Failure to provide access to all records required of such licensee by the commissioner;

(4) Buying or selling livestock under an assumed name or address.  All livestock sales shall be evidenced by a written bona fide name and address of buyer and seller;

(5) Violation of any valid rule, regulation or statute governing livestock disease control;

(6) Failure to make payment to a buyer or seller, or making such payment with insufficient funds;  and

(7) Failure to keep current bond requirements pursuant to 9 C.F.R. § 201, et seq.

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