Maine Revised Statutes

§1014. Licensing; agents

No person shall act as a dealer, processor, broker, agent or retailer unless duly licensed as provided in this Article. Every person, before acting as a dealer, processor, broker, agent or retailer, shall file an application with the commissioner for a license to transact the business of a dealer, processor, broker, agent or retailer and such application shall be accompanied by the license fee provided in this Article. [1975, c. 555, §2 (AMD).]

A person may not buy, solicit or negotiate the sale of any potatoes or rotation crops in this State as a representative of any dealer, processor, broker or retailer, unless such a representative has been so authorized by a duly licensed dealer, processor, broker or retailer in writing, and a copy of such authorization is filed with the commissioner, except where such representative conducts business in the office of the dealer, processor, broker or retailer. The commissioner must be notified in writing by the dealer, processor, broker or retailer immediately upon the termination of such authorization. [1997, c. 606, §8 (AMD).]

SECTION HISTORY
1971, c. 366, (NEW). 1971, c. 600, §5 (AMD). 1975, c. 555, §2 (AMD). 1997, c. 606, §8 (AMD).