When agricultural arrangements relate to seed production, the farmer pays the farmer at least two-thirds of the agreed amount at the time of delivery and the remaining amount « after certification » and no later than thirty days after delivery. In other cases, sponsors may pay the agreed amount at the time of acceptance of the delivery of agricultural products and issue a release bulletin containing the details of the sale. The government can impose the way payments are made to farmers. On 14 September 2020, three bills « on the transformation of agriculture in the country and the increase in farmers` incomes » were introduced in the Lok Sabha Act, the Agreement on the Empowerment and Protection of Insurance and Construction Services in 2020. The Farmers` Trade and Trade Act (promotion and facilitation) of 2020; and the Essential Commodities (Amendment) Bill, 2020. The provisions of this Act apply, despite inconsistent provisions, to a law or instrument in force by the state government. If, prior to the entry into force of this Act, an agricultural contract or contract was entered into under a state government law, the contract remains valid for the period mentioned in the agreement or contract. Agricultural products covered by the conventions of this Act are exempt from the application of a state law that seeks to regulate the sale or purchase of agricultural products. Regardless of the provisions of the Essential Commodities Act of 1955 or the regulations in force at the time, these products are exempt from « any obligation related to inventory limitation. » In 2017-18, the central government published the APMC model and contract agriculture legislation to allow unrestricted trade in agricultural products, promote competition through multiple marketing channels and promote agriculture under pre-contracted contracts.
  The Standing Committee (2018-19) found that states had not implemented many of the reforms proposed in the standard laws13. He recommended that the central government set up a committee of agriculture ministers from all states to reach consensus and develop a legal framework for the marketing of agricultural products.