NITI Aayog found that market royalties and other taxes are paid to the CMPA for contracting when they do not provide services such as market facilities and infrastructure. In this context, the Committee of Ministers of State for Agricultural Reforms recommended that contracted agriculture not comply with THE CFCs. Instead, it is necessary to set up an independent regulatory authority to remove stakeholders from contract farming from existing LDCs. Under the model bill, any agreement should be registered with a registry and registration agreement committee made up of officials from departments such as agriculture, livestock, marketing and rural development. Such a committee can be set up at the district, taluka or block level. In this regard, contracted agriculture will, in accordance with the model bill, be outside the ABITA framework of the state. This means that buyers do not have to pay market fees and commissions to these APMCs to carry out contract farming. In addition, the model bill provides for the creation of a National Contract Agriculture Authority (Promotion and Facilitation Authority) to ensure the implementation of the model bill. The Authority`s tasks are (i) the collection and collection of intermediation fees; (ii) the elimination of complaints in relation to disputes under the Model Bill and (iii) the publication of contract agriculture. In addition, the sale and purchase of aerobic contract products is based on the Regulations of the Land/UT Agricultural Marketing Act. The Model APMC Act of 2003, which is subject to the states, provides for the registration of land contracts by an APMC. This was done to protect the interests of the manufacturer and the buyer through legal support, including dispute resolution.
Procedures for registering and registering agreements vary from member state to member state. Currently, registration of agriculture under contract with the APMC has been provided in a small number of states and with a national node agency in others. In addition, the market levy for purchases under contractual agreements is completely exempt in a small number of states and partly in others. The Committee of Ministers of State for Agricultural Reform recommended the creation of a district agency instead of an APMC for the registration of contracted agriculture contracts. In addition, each registrar should check details such as the buyer`s financial status. As part of compensation, agricultural production (including livestock and poultry) can be carried out on the basis of a pre-harvest agreement between buyers (for example. B food processing units and exporters) and producers (farmers or farmers` organizations).