Granger Thye Fee Offset Agreement

(1) the term “offset” refers to an agreement, agreement or agreement between a U.S. supplier of defence or defence goods and a foreign country in which the supplier undertakes to acquire or promote the purchase or purchase of goods or services manufactured, manufactured, produced, grown or extracted, in whole or in part, in whole or in part. , or through other American people. in that foreign country, in return for the supplier`s purchase of defence or defence services from abroad; and 22nd FS-2700-9th, Forest Road Easement, is issued under the National Forest Roads and Trails Act. This form is used by the Forest Service to gather information and provide relief to a party involved in a cost-sharing contract or to another non-federal landowner involved in the acquisition, construction or maintenance of an NFS road. The facility is granted for the acquisition, construction or reconstruction, maintenance and use of an NFS road that is outside the limits of a cost-sharing agreement. At the time of facilitation, the funder and the recipient share the costs of acquisition, construction and reconstruction. After the facility is granted, the donor and the beneficiary only divide the maintenance costs. 8. FS-2700-11, a small business administration loan agreement for a special use authorization holder, is the form used by the Forest Service to gather information and enter into agreements with an owner, lender and U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) on a loan guaranteed by the SBA. FS-2700-9g, Forest Road Offloading adopted under the Federal Land Policy and Management Act is used by the Forest Service to gather information and facilitate the construction, reconstruction, maintenance and use of an NFS road under FLPMA, where the fellow is not involved in a cost-sharing agreement for the acquisition , the construction and maintenance of an NFS road, or when the fellow does not meet the requirements for the establishment of a forest road. 6.

FS-2700-4h – Appendix B, Annual Granger-Thye Fee Offset Agreement, is used by licensed forest officers and the owner to specify maintenance, repair, renovation and improvement of the state, which is used to offset the cost of using the land for a campsite and associated barn-thye concessions. 19. FS-2700-9b, Cost Share Easement, is used by the Forest Service to gather information and authorize, under FRTA, the acquisition, construction or reconstruction and maintenance and use of an NFS road subject to a cost-sharing agreement. The parties to the cost-sharing agreement provide each other with facilities within the geographic area covered by the agreement.