Utah Admin. Code R70-201-3 - Emergency Order

(1) The division may issue an emergency order when it determines that there is an immediate and significant danger to public health, animal health, safety or welfare, to secure the well-being, safety, or removal of danger to state citizens. Emergency orders are intended to protect the public from unlawful agricultural and food products and services.
(2) When an emergency order is justified, and conditions warrant immediate action by the division, the division shall promptly issue a written order that includes the following information:
(a) name, street address, city, state, zip-code, phone-number, and title or position of the person being given the order, or name, street address, city, state, zip-code, phone-number of the business, organization, corporation, firm, or limited liability company, and the name and title or position of the person in the business or organization to whom the order is given;
(b) a brief statement of findings of fact as determined by the division;
(c) references to statutes or administrative rules violated;
(d) the reasons for issuance of the emergency order;
(e) the signature of the agency representative; and
(f) a space or line for the signature of the person, although a signature is not required if the person refuses.
(3) This order shall be written and no product, condition, or service subject to the order shall be released, except upon written release by the department.

Notes

Utah Admin. Code R70-201-3
Amended by Utah State Bulletin Number 2020-21, effective 10/14/2020 Amended by Utah State Bulletin Number 2022-16, effective 8/1/2022

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