Perishable stock definition

Perishable stock means personal property:
Perishable stock means property:
Perishable stock means merchandise held in storage or for sale that is refrigerated for preservation and is susceptible to loss or damage if the refrigeration fails.

Examples of Perishable stock in a sentence

H Perishable stock means stock or personal property of others, which is intended for human consumption and which must be maintained under controlled conditions for its preservation and is susceptible to loss or damage if the controlled conditions change.

Perishable stock is not automatically valued at its selling price.

The following is added to the Definitions: "Perishable stock" means personal property:a.

Perishable stock deliveries to Staples shall have a minimum of 75% of manufactured life unless specific exceptions are negotiated with Staples on a delivery or material basis.

No other deductible in this policy applies to the coverage provided by this endorsement.8. Paragraph G., Optional Coverages, does not apply.9. The following is added to the Definitions: "Perishable stock" means personal property:a.


More Definitions of Perishable stock

Perishable stock means property preserved and maintained under controlled conditions and susceptible to loss or damage if the controlled conditions change.
Perishable stock means business personal property that is preserved and maintained under conditions that control temperature or humidity and that is susceptible to loss if the controlled conditions change.
Perishable stock means personal property maintained under controlled conditions for its preservation, and susceptible to loss or damage if the controlled conditions change.
Perishable stock means per- sonal property:
Perishable stock means personal prop- erty:
Perishable stock means stock preserved and maintained under controlled conditions and susceptible to loss if the controlled conditions change.