Timberlands definition

Timberlands means any real property of the Issuer or any Restricted Subsidiary which contains standing timber which is (or upon completion of a growth cycle then in process is expected to become) of a commercial quantity and of merchantable quality, excluding, however, any such real property which at the time of determination is held primarily for development or sale, and not primarily for the production of any lumber or other timber products.
Timberlands means, at any date of determination, all real property owned by or leased to RFR that is suitable for Timber production.
Timberlands means, collectively, the Land and the Leasehold Interests.

Examples of Timberlands in a sentence

Maine Timberlands rents space in a shared office building from Katahdin Paper Company LLC (a wholly-owned subsidiary of Brookfield), which also provides certain administrative services to Maine Timberlands.

Accounting for Timberlands and Logging RoadsAcadian’s timberlands and logging roads are recorded at cost less accumulated depletion.

The preferred interests are convertible into units at the option of the holder and are treated as a liability of the Maine Timberlands for accounting purposes.The value of the liability is measured at each reporting date to reflect the market price of the units and current exchange rates.

There was no deciduous scale information available therefore the deciduous cull estimate from Weyerhaeuser Pembina Timberlands was proposed.The proposed conifer cull based on the analysis of scale data is 1.23% and the proposed deciduous cull based on the Pembina operations is 9.00% for all stand types for the 2021 FMP.Net volumes are calculated by deducting cull from the projected gross merchantable volumes.

U.S. Forest Ownership, 2017 Source: Oswalt et al., FRUS 2017, Appendix A, Table 2.Notes: The regions correspond to the regions in the FRUS; see Figure 1.In 2017, two-thirds (514 million acres) of U.S. forests were classified as timberlands.56 Timberlands are a subset of forestland, consisting of forests producing or capable of producing crops of industrial wood that are not withdrawn from timber use by statute or regulation.


More Definitions of Timberlands

Timberlands means any real or immovable property located within Canada or the United States and (a) which is owned by the Company or any Subsidiary and contains, or (b) with respect to which the Company or any Subsidiary is entitled under any lease, license or similar agreement to cut and remove, standing timber which is (or upon completion of a growth cycle then in process is expected to become) of a commercial quantity and of merchantable quality, other than (i) any such property which at the time of determination is not held primarily for the production of lumber or other wood products, (ii) any such property the fair value of which as determined by the Board of Directors does not at the time exceed 1% of the Consolidated Net Tangible Assets of the Company or (iii) any reserves of oil and gas located under such property.
Timberlands means all the timberlands from time to time owned by the Loan Parties.
Timberlands means the timberlands owned by the Company as of the date of closing and any timberlands acquired by the Company or any Subsidiary after the date of closing.
Timberlands means real property that contains standing timber which is (or upon the completion of the growth cycle then in process is expected to become) of a commercial quantity and of merchantable quality.
Timberlands means the timberlands owned by the Company as of the Closing Date and any timberlands acquired by the Company or any Subsidiary after the Closing Date.