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fit to be offered for sale

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2012) presented biomass estimation in mixed stands of Bartin Region and Kaya (2016) developed merchantable volume systems for mixed stands in Devrek Region of Zonguldak.
However, in order to understand how Russian olive removals may yield merchantable logs, a basic understanding of control methods is necessary.
Thinning from below: The smallest-diameter merchantable trees were removed until a postharvest residual density target of between 125 and 150 square feet per acre was reached.
A merchantable harvest age of about 40 years gives us 2,500 acres per year to work with.
IV Clarification: Consumer Guarantees and Acceptable Quality A From Implied Terms to Consumer Guarantees B From Merchantable Quality to Acceptable Quality 1 Fit for All Normal Purposes 2 Acceptable in Appearance and Finish 3 Free from Defects 4 Safety 5 Durability 6 Price, Packaging and Pre-Contractual Statements V Clarification: The Relationship between Consumer Guarantees and Extended Warranties VI Substantive Changes: The Regulation of Express Warranties VII Substantive Changes: The Remedial Regime A The Right to Reject Goods B Compensation and Damages 1 Compensation Based on Reduction of the Value of the Goods or Services 2 Reasonably Foreseeable Losses VIII Conclusion
You'll have to take the dealer to the small claims court, but you must prove the car wasn't of merchantable quality at the time of sale.
The act mandates that a certain percentage of Title II projects involving the sale of merchantable timber be carried out under a pilot program in which the agencies are to use separate contracts for harvesting timber and selling it, rather than using a single contract for both activities, as is typical for most timber sales.
Unlike some conservation groups, he has no qualms about using merchantable wood for power generation.
Although emphasis on producing merchantable timber remained paramount, advocates generated local interest with strategic appeals to recreational users.
1 % Ni) of Pobuzhsky deposit; electrometallurgical plant proper with rotary drum furnaces for roasting of the ore, two powerful ore-smelting arc electric furnaces of RPZ-40TsI type, installations for extra-furnace (ladle) desulphurization of (electric furnace) ferronickel, four 50-ton converters with acid and basic lining for consecutive refining of ferronickel from silicon, chromium, carbon, phosphorus and sulfur, casting machines for mechanized casting of merchantable ferronickel, and a bay for processing of dump slag for production of crushed rock for road-transport construction.
Appraisal of premerchantable and immature timber stands is challenging because the present value, derived from discounting the net harvest revenue of future merchantable timber, usually exceeds the current-use value of the timber.
In a High Court writ the Duke's lawyers allege that Cessna and its agents failed to design,make, service and sell an aircraft of merchantable quality.
In connection with this effort, SLNG submitted a pro forma gas tariff that included a requirement that, among other things, LNG tendered to the terminal must be merchantable, it must have a gross heating value that is not less than 1,000 Btu/cf and not greater than 1,075 Btu/cf, and it must contain no more than 3% by volume of carbon dioxide or nitrogen or 1% by volume of oxygen.
Australian wine exports have to pass formal tastings to establish truth in labeling and that they are "sound and merchantable.
This gives the tree little if any merchantable height.