Part 555 Commerce in Explosives

Terms Used In CFR > Title 27 > Chapter II > Subchapter C

  • Administrative law judge: as used in this part means an administrative law judge appointed pursuant to 5 U. See 43 CFR 3486.4
  • Alcohol fuel plant: A special type of distilled spirits plant authorized under 26 U. See 27 CFR 19.662
  • Applicant: Any individual or business with financial interest in QSVP services who has applied for service under this part. See 7 CFR 97.150
  • Award: Financial assistance that provides support or stimulation to accomplish a public purpose. See 32 CFR 32.2
  • BLM: means the Bureau of Land Management. See 43 CFR 3601.5
  • Bonded premises: The premises of an alcohol fuel plant where distilled spirits are produced, processed, and stored, and used or distributed as described in the application for alcohol fuel producer permit. See 27 CFR 19.662
  • Branch: The Audit, Review, and Compliance Branch of the Livestock and Seed Program. See 7 CFR 97.150
  • Contract: A procurement contract under an award or subaward, and a procurement subcontract under a recipient's or subrecipient's contract. See 32 CFR 32.2
  • Detection agent: means any one of the substances specified in this paragraph when introduced into a plastic explosive or formulated in such explosive as a part of the manufacturing process in such a manner as to achieve homogeneous distribution in the finished explosive, including--

    (i) Ethylene glycol dinitrate (EGDN), C27 CFR 555.180

  • DoD Component: A Military Department, Defense Agency, DoD field activity, or organization within the Office of the Secretary of Defense that provides or administers an award to a recipient. See 32 CFR 32.2
  • DOT Decisionmaker: as used in this part is the official authorized to issue final decisions of the Department as set forth in §302. See 43 CFR 3486.4
  • Equipment: Tangible nonexpendable personal property including exempt property charged directly to the award having a useful life of more than one year and an acquisition cost of $5,000 or more per unit. See 32 CFR 32.2
  • Obligor: means the legal entity or natural person contractually obligated on a wholesale exposure, except that a Board-regulated institution may treat the following exposures as having separate obligors:

    (1) Exposures to the same legal entity or natural person denominated in different currencies. See 31 CFR 205.26

  • Party: as used in this part includes the person initiating a proceeding, such as an applicant, complainant, or petitioner. See 43 CFR 3486.4
  • Performance bond: means a bond to ensure compliance with the terms of the contract and reclamation of the site as BLM requires. See 43 CFR 3601.5
  • Plant: An alcohol fuel plant. See 27 CFR 19.662
  • Plastic explosive: means an explosive material in flexible or elastic sheet form formulated with one or more high explosives which in their pure form has a vapor pressure less than 1027 CFR 555.180
  • Property: Real property and personal property (equipment, supplies, intangible property and debt instruments), unless stated otherwise. See 32 CFR 32.2
  • Proprietor: The person qualified under this subpart to operate an alcohol fuel plant. See 27 CFR 19.662
  • Purchaser: means any person, including a business or government entity, buying or holding a contract to purchase mineral materials on the public lands. See 43 CFR 3601.5
  • QSVP Procedures: Audit rules and guidelines set forth by the Agricultural Marketing Service regarding the development, documentation, and implementation of QSVP. See 7 CFR 97.150
  • Real property: Land, including land improvements, structures and appurtenances thereto, but excluding movable machinery and equipment. See 32 CFR 32.2
  • Recipient: An organization receiving financial assistance directly from DoD Components to carry out a project or program. See 32 CFR 32.2
  • Retail: (i) A retail exposure of a Board-regulated institution is in default if:

    (A) The exposure is 180 days past due, in the case of a residential mortgage exposure or revolving exposure. See 31 CFR 205.26

  • Retail exposure: means a residential mortgage exposure, a qualifying revolving exposure, or an other retail exposure. See 31 CFR 205.26
  • Statute: when used in this chapter means Subtitle VII of Title 49 of the United States Code (Transportation). See 43 CFR 3486.4
  • Supplies: All personal property excluding equipment, intangible property, and debt instruments as defined in this section, and inventions of a contractor conceived or first actually reduced to practice in the performance of work under a funding agreement ("subject inventions"), as defined in 37 CFR part 401, "Rights to Inventions Made by Nonprofit Organizations and Small Business Firms Under Government Grants, Contracts, and Cooperative Agreements. See 32 CFR 32.2
  • USDA: The U. See 7 CFR 97.150
  • Wholesale: (i) A Board-regulated institution's wholesale obligor is in default if:

    (A) The Board-regulated institution determines that the obligor is unlikely to pay its credit obligations to the Board-regulated institution in full, without recourse by the Board-regulated institution to actions such as realizing collateral (if held). See 31 CFR 205.26

  • Wholesale exposure: means a credit exposure to a company, natural person, sovereign, or governmental entity (other than a securitization exposure, retail exposure, pre-sold construction loan, or equity exposure). See 31 CFR 205.26