Subject 40-8-2 CLASSIFIED NOTICES
|(1)||General Scope -
All classified notices published in the Bulletin must relate
directly to the agricultural industry or be a product of the industry. Any item
submitted for sale through the Bulletin must meet at least one
of the following criteria:
|(2)||Business and Real Estate Professional Restriction - Classified notices are not permitted for businesses or real estate professionals. A person connected with a business or real estate profession may only advertise items that he or she owns and that are not directly associated with the business or commercial operations.|
|(3)||Submission Requirements - Each classified notice
submitted for publication must meet the following requirements:
|(4)||Legal Requirements - Any item for sale or service offered in a classified notice must conform to all applicable laws and regulations regarding sale and movement. The Editor may summarize any known legal requirements or requirements imposed by the Commissioner in each category's headnote; however, this summary will not be deemed exclusive should the Editor become aware of other laws or regulations.|
|(5)||License and Permit Requirement - An advertiser must hold all required licenses and permits for any product or service advertised, and all applicable licenses and permits must remain valid throughout the advertising run.|
|(6)||Testing Requirement - An advertiser must appropriately test any product which requires testing, and the results of this test must remain valid throughout the product's advertising run.|
|(7)||Documentation Requirement - An advertiser must appropriately document any product which requires documentation, and the documentation must remain valid throughout the product's advertising run.|
Restrictions - The following restrictions apply to classified
Without the Editor's advance special authorization, each subscriber may only run one classified notice in an issue of the Bulletin.
Following approval, classified notices will be published in only two issues per submission; however, a person may make a written request for publication of a classified notice in up to four consecutive issues. If extended publication is permitted, a new classified notice must be submitted after the four-issue publication period to continue publication of the classified notice.