Commercial and commercial regulations give buyers the freedom to purchase farm products outside of APMC markets without having a licence or paying fees to the APMCs. The Contract Agriculture Regulation provides buyers and farmers with a framework for entering into a contract (before the start of a harvest season) guaranteeing farmers a minimum price and guaranteeing buyers a guaranteed supply. The third regulation amends the Basic Law, which provides that limits on agricultural stocks can only be set if retail prices rise sharply and value chain operators and exporters are exempt from any stock limits. The three regulations aim to increase the availability of buyers for farmers` products by allowing them to act freely and without a licence or storage limit, so that increased competition between them leads to better prices for farmers.  While the regulations are intended to liberalize trade and increase the number of buyers, this may not be enough to attract more buyers. 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 legislation was passed collectively as part of the 2020 Farm Bills. Farmers Trade and Trade Regulation (promotion and facilitation) 2020 Buyer availability for farmers` products and infrastructure The Act provided for a three-step dispute resolution mechanism by the conciliation body, the Magistan sub-division and the appeal authority.
The agreement was to provide for a conciliation body and a conciliation procedure for the settlement of disputes.  The law has been the subject of much criticism from farmers across the country, particularly in Punjab and Haryana. Without any regulation, the interests of farmers are neglected.   The Farmers (Empowerment and Protection) Agreement on Price Assurance and Farm Services Act , 2020 establishes a national framework for contract agriculture through an agreement between a farmer and a buyer prior to the production or breeding of agricultural products.   Parties entering into an agricultural contract may require that “… compliance with such an agreement in accordance with the quality, quality and standards of an agricultural product acceptable to both parties.” These standards must be compatible with “agronomic practices,” climate and other practices; They can be formulated by the state or central government or by a government-authorized body.