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Every reasonable attempt has been made to ensure that the information in this document, A Resource for Farm Businesses: Q & A on Environmental Law (2010) is accurate as of June 2011.

The legislative provisions in this document and the Reference Guide are for general information purposes only. The document is not legal advice and does not replace official government publications or expert legal advice.

If a discrepancy occurs between government policies, statutes or regulations and this document, the government-authorized documents will apply.

For official legislative provisions, consult the relevant federal and provincial statutes and regulations.

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The Resource for Farm Businesses: Q & A on Environmental Law (2010) is for use by members of the Nova Scotia Federation of Agriculture only. Any use which a third party makes of this document, or any reliance on or decisions made based on it, are the responsibility of such third parties.

Prepared in June 2011 by
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