Nev. Admin. Code § 582.070 - Public weighmaster certificates: Drivers' and loaders' counts; voided certificates; retention of copies

1. When a weighmaster records the number of units on a public weighmaster certificate and he has not actually determined or counted the units, he shall write the words "driver's count" or "loader's count" after the recorded number of units. The abbreviation "D.C." or "L.C." may be used in lieu of the complete words.
2. Weighmaster certificates upon which errors were made, or completed or partially completed certificates for which no claim has been made, shall be voided by writing the word "VOID" across the face of the certificate. All voided weight certificates must be preserved intact as part of the records required.
3. Copies of certificates issued and all copies of certificates voided must be kept for 3 years.


Nev. Admin. Code § 582.070
Dep't of Agriculture, part No. 82.02, eff. 7-20-71

NRS 582.021, 582.025

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