Or. Admin. R. 603-014-0047 - Renewal Fees for Certificates of Recordation of Brands

(1) All certificates of recordation expire on their expiration dates, unless the department receives the renewal fee by the first January 4th that follows an attempt by the department to notify the holder of the need to renew.
(2) The department will attempt to notify the holder during the September that precedes the expiration date of the certificate of recordation that the certificate needs to be renewed.
(3) The amount of the renewal fee depends on whether the new expiration date will be adjusted under OAR 603-014-0046.
(a) If the new expiration date will not be adjusted, the certificate of recordation will be effective for four years and the amount of the renewal fee will be based on the species of livestock. For all livestock species except sheep, the renewal fee shall be $100. For sheep, the renewal fee shall be $40.
(b) If the new expiration date will be adjusted, the department will attempt to notify the holder of the adjusted expiration date and of the amount of the renewal fee. The amount of the renewal fee will be calculated based on the number of years that the certificate of recordation will be effective and on the species of livestock. For livestock species except sheep, the renewal fee shall be $25 per year. For sheep, the renewal fee shall be $10 per year.
(4) The department will mail the notifications described in this section to a holder of a certificate of recordation at the holder's last known address as shown on the department's records.

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Or. Admin. R. 603-014-0047
DOA 27-2003(Temp), f. & cert. ef. 8-4-03 thru 11-1-03; DOA 32-2003, f. & cert. ef. 9-12-03

Stat. Auth.: ORS 561

Stats. Implemented: ORS 604.027(1) & 604.027(2)

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