Wharf Sample Clauses

Wharf. (a) I hereby guarantee and warrant to you that all dues charged or payable under the Iron Ore (Robe River) Cape Lambert Ore and Service Wharves By‑laws 1995 in respect of or in connection with the vessel will be paid within 14 days after the departure of the vessel from the Berth;
Wharf. A structure extending along, and more or less parallel to, the shore and generally connected with the uplands throughout its length, built or maintained for the purpose of providing a berth for watercraft or for loading or unloading cargo or passengers onto or from watercraft. (Generally any construction whose dimensions oraccessories go beyond what is reasonably necessary to berth watercraft or load or unload cargo or passengers is not authorized as a wharf by statute; see Wis. Stat. ch. 30.)
Wharf. All structural components of the wharf and all fittings such as fenders, bollards, quay crane rails etc shall be visually inspected and any defects recorded.
Wharf. The next mayor should ensure that these projects are prioritized, resourced, staffed and built.
Wharf. Following the implementation of the Arrangement, New Goldcorp may dispose of Wharf, either by way of a distribution to the shareholders of New Goldcorp or by way of a sale to a third party purchaser. Until such disposition, the Wharf Mine and the Wharf expansion project will continue to be operated and developed by New Goldcorp. For a discussion of the Wharf Mine and the Wharf expansion project, see "Information Concerning Goldcorp -- Property and Activities of Goldcorp". SASKATCHEWAN MINERALS Following the implementation of the Arrangement, New Goldcorp may dispose of Saskatchewan Minerals. For a discussion of the Saskatchewan Minerals operations, see "Information Concerning Goldcorp -- Properties and Activities of Goldcorp." MUTUAL FUNDS Following the implementation of the Arrangement, New Goldcorp will dispose of Goldfund and Goldtrust, the mutual funds managed by CSA. For a discussion of Goldfund and Goldtrust see "Information concerning CSA -- Business of CSA".

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