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(a) The certificate, when properly completed and signed, shall be prima facie evidence of the accuracy of the measurements shown.
(b) The design of and the information to be furnished on a weight certificate may be prescribed by the commissioner and will include, but not be limited to, the following:
(1) The name and license number of the public weighmaster;
(2) The kind of commodity weighed, measured, or counted;
(3) The name of the owner, agent, or consignee of the commodity;
(4) The name of the recipient of the commodity, if applicable;
(5) The date the certificate is issued;
(6) The consecutive number of the certificate, if applicable;
(7) The identification, including the identification number, if any, of the carrier transporting the commodity, and the identification number or license number of the vehicle, if applicable;
(8) Other information needed to distinguish or identify the commodity from a like kind;
(9) The number of units of the commodity, if applicable;
(10) The measure of the commodity, if applicable;
(11) The weight of the commodity and the vehicle or container, if applicable, broken down as follows:
(A) The gross weight of the commodity and the associated vehicle or container;
(B) The tare weight of the unloaded vehicle or container; or
(C) Both the gross and tare weight and the resultant net weight of the commodity; and
(12) Signature or initials of the public weighmaster who determined the weight, measure or count.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Tennessee Code Title 47. Commercial Instruments and Transactions § 47-26-1012 - last updated January 01, 2020 | https://codes.findlaw.com/tn/title-47-commercial-instruments-and-transactions/tn-code-sect-47-26-1012/
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