The Agricultural Implements Act regulates the sale, lease and distribution of agricultural implements or parts in Saskatchewan. The Act works by legally requiring dealers to make available the parts and service you need for your implements.
The Act regulates:
- minimum terms of the warranty that you should receive from your dealer when you buy or lease new equipment;
- sales contracts for new and used agricultural implements;
- leasing of an implement from a financial institution;
- guidelines for emergency parts and service;
- the means to obtain compensation for loss or damages because of unavailability of parts or non-fulfillment of warranty; and
- licensing of dealers and registering of distributors.
If you fail to receive parts and service in a timely manner, you may be awarded compensation through the Act.