MCL - Act 190 of 2000


Act 190 of 2000

AN ACT to define, develop, and regulate privately owned cervidae as an agricultural enterprise in this state; to provide power and duties of certain state agencies and departments; and to provide for certain penalties and remedies.

History: 2000, Act 190, Eff. June 1, 2001

The People of the State of Michigan enact:
Document Type Description
Section 287.951 Section Short title.
Section 287.952 Section Definitions.
Section 287.953 Section Administration of act; conduct of activities.
Section 287.954 Section Cervidae livestock operation as agricultural enterprise.
Section 287.955 Section Cervidae livestock operation; registration; records; compliance with facility standards.
Section 287.956 Section Application; fee; standards; business plan; forwarding copies of application; notice to local governmental units; issuance; renewal; determination of completed application; denial; review; "completed application" defined.
Section 287.957 Section Completion of facility construction; notice; inspection; issuance of registration; determination of noncompliance; notice of registration denial; request for second inspection; review upon second denial; hearing; return of registration fee.
Section 287.958 Section Registration; duration; information; fees; renewal.
Section 287.959 Section Registration; modification; application; decommission.
Section 287.960 Section Memorandum of understanding with department of agriculture.
Section 287.961 Section Killing cervidae species; permit; reimbursement.
Section 287.962 Section Inspection of facility by department.
Section 287.963 Section Prohibited conduct.
Section 287.964 Section Noncompliance with act, standards, or orders; denial, suspension, or revocation of registration; determination of unreasonable or adverse effect; hearing.
Section 287.965 Section Repealed. 2006, Act 561, Imd. Eff. Dec. 29, 2006.
Section 287.966 Section Violation as misdemeanor; penalty.
Section 287.967 Section Prohibited conduct; violation; penalty.
Section 287.968 Section Conviction; costs and attorney fees; findings of violations; remedies.
Section 287.969 Section Effective date.