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Crocodilian Permit

Statutory Authority: ECL 11-0535, 11-0536 and 6 NCYRR Part 175 and Part 182.5

A Crocodilian Permit is issued to an individual operating a retail establishment, store, or outlet. This permit authorizes the retail sale of finished parts and products made in whole, or in part, from Alligators, Caiman, and Crocodile of the Order Crocodylia.

Please note:

  • A separate permit is required for each retail establishment, store, or outlet.
  • Wholesale and Importation are not authorized by this permit, a Crocodilian Registration Permit will be required for these activities.
  • This permit expires annually on March 31.
  • There is a $25.00 fee for this permit.

Please contact the Special Licenses Unit with any questions or concerns about qualifying or applying for this permit. To apply for this permit complete the Crocodilian Permit Application (PDF 491 kb), and send with a check or money order for the appropriate amount to the Department of Environmental Conservation Special Licenses Unit.

NYSDEC
Special Licenses Unit
625 Broadway
Albany, NY 12233-4752
518-402-8985

List of applicable Laws and Regulations

  • New York Environmental Conservation Law (ECL) to read visit Department of State website at http://public.leginfo.state.ny.us/menuf.cgi
    • 11-0535
    • 11-0536
  • New York Codes Rules and Regulations (6NYCRR)
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    Fish, Wildlife & Marine Resources
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    Albany, NY 12233-4752
    518-402-8985
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