If the parties agree that the farmer should pay the co-dairy directly, this agreement must be recorded in writing and the payment must be made no later than the 20th of the month in which the farmer received the payment from the dairy. The operator must provide the Sharemilker with a copy of the operating account, which distributes an invoice with the deductions agreed between the parties. Prior to the leave or leave (or if the co-registrant is unable to meet the co-milker`s obligations due to illness), the co-registrant must arrange, at the milk donor`s expense, a competent person agreed by the operator to meet the obligations of the co-declarant during the co-registrant`s absence. The farmer cannot unduly delay the agreement. Under this type of agreement, the farmer has more responsibilities; much of the cost and agricultural expenditure, as well as the provision of land, buildings, milking pumps, water facilities and supplies, tractors and agricultural equipment. On the other hand, the sharemilker does not make the herd available or provides only part of the herd. They provide work, bear the cost of delivery and cover some of the costs such as electricity and can provide a small amount of equipment such as bicycles or tractors. Meanwhile, Mark Paine, of DairyNZ, says that many “sharemilkers” are in taranaki with varying order, and he says that with their different programs, they will address these people. If the farmer decides to allow the sharemilker to participate in a dairy and the “Sharemilker” fills the opportunity, the possibility is subject to a separate agreement between the parties, and this separate agreement applies to clause 28. This is a new edition of the 2011 Sharing Agreements Ordinance, which contains all the changes made to this regulation on the date of the last amendment. Note: If a change in participation may occur within a year and this change may disadvantage the Sharemilker, a separate agreement must be reached between the parties. Variable Order ShareMilker and contract advertisers do essentially the same job, McIntyre said. The only difference is the way they are paid.
If the parties are unable to reach an agreement or a solution, the conciliator must submit a reasoned written proposal to adjudicate the dispute; and the “Sharemilker” must follow, in accordance with the terms of the delivery contract with the dairy company, a good hold of the land and, above all, it must follow – everyone says that people who walk must understand that they are taking risks with this. The only alternative to reducing this risk is to milk where people don`t get caught up in low prices. In recent years, the dairy sector has been an integral part of the New Zealand economy and a milk distribution scheme has been a springboard for farmers who want to own farms themselves. In good condition and in good condition, the operator must provide and maintain suitable accommodation for the co-reporter and sharemilker staff. The Sharemilker can make this house available to the chief operating officer. The accommodation must consist of a living room, kitchen, including a stove depending on the manufacturer, bedroom, bathroom, laundry and flushing toilet. Accommodation must be included – the operator is the person named in the agreement as the owner of the farm. A farmer is, by mutual agreement, any person with whom a “sharemilker” has the right to obtain a share of the income or profits of the dairy operation in accordance with Section 4 of the Sharemilking Agreements Act 1937, His Excellency of the Governor General, acting on the advice and with the agreement of the Executive Board and satisfying the issues described in this section. , executes the following order.