standing timber

standing timber

Timber that has not been cut or sold.Standing timber is considered part of the real estate.In some states,once a landowner signs a contract to sell the timber,it becomes personal property even if it has not yet been cut. As a result, a sale of the real property after the timber contract will not include the timber.

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There are no appraisals offered on the condition and value of the standing timber on the timberland tracts, only aerial photos, and you must pay half a million dollars up front to look.
Meier concluded, "Having the ability to engage in additional sustainable natural resource project opportunities associated with the harvesting of underwater standing timber, can both decrease operational expenses and increase revenue potential.
Private timber may be taxed like crops, but it doesn't change the fact that standing timber is real property - real property that has been excused from annual taxes since 1977 in Western Oregon.
than 20 million m(3) of commercial standing timber.
e contract includes both prefelled trees and standing timber and will help provide stability for the industry, enabling it to develop new markets for felled larch trees.
631(b), gains or losses from the sale of standing timber shall, solely for purposes of determining character of income, be considered gains and/or losses from the sale of business use property as defined in Sec.
Standing timber contributed the largest share in the total value of forestry goods output, ie.
Using this principle, the Menominee have harvested a half billion board feet of lumber since the mid 1800s--yet, today, they have more standing timber than 150 years ago
This approach will enable us to establish whether the standing timber is infected, and avoid the risk of the unintentional spread of this serious tree disease.
5) Anglyn goes on to propose a discounted cash flow methodology called the productive land method, which could resolve inequities associated with the assessment of standing timber based on a particular site's capacity to produce marketable timber via the use of an income analysis.
Dubai The volume of standing timber in US hardwood forests has more than doubled in the last 50 years, which means that the US hardwood producers can meet an increasing global demand for quality hardwood, according to the American Hardwood Export Council, the leading international trade association for the American hardwood industry.
Standing timber is typically left to mature, especially if it is not obviously damaged.