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Title 7Subtitle BChapter ISubchapter APart 29Subpart F → Subject Group

Title 7: Agriculture
Subpart F—Policy Statement and Provisions Governing the Identification and Certification of Nonquota Tobacco Produced and Marketed in a Quota Area


§29.9201   Terms defined.

As used in this subpart and in all instructions, forms, and documents in connection therewith, the words and phrases hereinafter defined shall have the indicated meanings so assigned.

§29.9202   Approved receiving station.

Points approved by the Director at which tobacco is offered for marketing or shipment into commerce including tobacco auction warehouses, packing houses, prizeries, or places where tobacco is handled or stored.

§29.9203   Certification.

The documentation of class or type, weight, or other tobacco characteristics as required in §29.9263.

§29.9204   Crop-lot.

The assemblage of individual lots representing the season's production of each kind or type of nonquota tobacco produced on an individual farm.

§29.9205   Identification number (farm serial number).

The serial number assigned to an individual farm by the appropriate office of the Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service.

§29.9206   Inspection.

The examination by an inspector of a lot or crop-lot of tobacco to make determinations necessary for proper certification.

§29.9207   Nonquota tobacco.

Any kind or type of tobacco not subject to production and/or marketing limitations or restrictions under regulations issued by the Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service.

§29.9208   Permissive inspection.

Permissive inspection consists of inspecting and certificating tobacco, upon the request of an interested party.

§29.9209   Lot.

A pile, basket, bulk, package, or other definite unit.

§29.9210   Office of inspection.

A field office of the inspection service of the Tobacco Division.

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