40-20-26.2. Authorized bill of sale transfer--Requirements--Limits--Exception from inspection requirement--Violation as misdemeanor.
The provisions of § 40-20-26.1 notwithstanding, ownership of livestock with the seller's South Dakota recorded and healed brand or the owner's unbranded livestock may be transferred by means of an authorized bill of sale without a brand inspection. The bill of sale shall be on a form prescribed by the board. A copy of an authorized bill of sale shall be forwarded to the board. An authorized bill of sale does not substitute for inspection of livestock being removed from the ownership inspection area of South Dakota.
An authorized bill of sale may transfer no more than five head of livestock to any one buyer. Multiple authorized bills of sale may not be executed to subdivide numbers of livestock greater than five to any one buyer. The transfer of livestock without an authorized bill of sale under this section or in violation of the requirements relating to the number of livestock that may be transferred to a single buyer is a Class 1 misdemeanor.
Source: SL 1985, ch 320; SL 1987, ch 297, § 5; SL 1988, ch 328, § 65; SL 1992, ch 288, § 11; SL 2002, ch 190, § 3.
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