New York Agriculture & Markets Law

Sec. § 168
Sale of Fruit-bearing Trees and Grapevines; Labels; Damages

§ 168. Sale of fruit-bearing trees and grapevines; labels; damages. The vendor shall attach to every bundle of fruit-bearing trees and grapevines sold or shipped within this state a tag or label specifying the name of the variety of trees or vines contained therein. If the bundle shall contain trees or vines of different varieties, such label or tag shall be attached to each tree or vine or group thereof of the same variety. The purchaser of any fruit-bearing tree or grapevine not true to name as specified on such tag or label, shall have a remedy at law in a civil action to recover the damages sustained. Such action may be brought at any time prior to the third bearing year.

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