(1)“Dealer agreement” means an oral or written contract or agreement of definite or indefinite duration between a supplier and an equipment dealer that prescribes the rights and obligations of each party with respect to the purchase or sale of equipment.
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(a)“Equipment” means a machine designed for or adapted and used for agriculture, horticulture, floriculture, livestock, grazing, light industrial, utility, and outdoor power equipment. “Equipment” does not include earthmoving and heavy construction equipment, mining equipment, or forestry equipment.
(b)Nothing in paragraph (a) of this subsection (2), as amended by House Bill 05-1180, as enacted at the first regular session of the sixty-fifth general assembly, shall be construed as changing the property tax classification of property owned by a horticultural or floricultural operation.
(3)“Equipment dealer” or “dealer” means any person, partnership, corporation, association, or other form of business enterprise that is primarily engaged in the retail sale of equipment.
(4)“Net cost” means the price the equipment dealer pays to the supplier for equipment, including the freight costs from the supplier’s location to the equipment dealer’s location, minus all applicable discounts allowed by the supplier.
(5)“Net price” means the price listed for repair parts in the supplier’s price list or catalog in effect at the time the dealer’s agreement terminates.
(6)“Superseded part” means any part with a discontinued part number already purchased from the supplier that has not been modified or improved and can perform the same function as a part currently available for purchase from such supplier’s stock.
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(a)“Supplier” means any person, partnership, corporation, association, or other business enterprise that is engaged in the manufacturing, assembly, or wholesale institution of equipment or repair parts, or both, and includes any successor in interest. “Supplier” includes a purchaser of assets or a surviving corporation that results from a merger, liquidation, or reorganization of the original supplier.
(b)“Supplier” does not mean any person, partnership, corporation, association, or other business enterprise, that is not otherwise a supplier, that engages in the manufacture or wholesaler distribution of nonmoving parts that are not equipment but that may be used to enhance the operation or comfort of equipment.
Section 35-38-102 — Definitions,
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