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16-1302. Definitions. As used in this act:

(a) "Outdoor power equipment" means and includes machinery, equipment, attachments or repair parts therefor, used for industrial, construction, maintenance or utility purposes.

(b) "Retailer" means any person, partnership, firm, corporation, association, or other form of business enterprise engaged in the business of:

(1) Selling or leasing outdoor power equipment to the ultimate consumer thereof; and

(2) repairing or servicing outdoor power equipment.

(c) "Contract" means either a written or parol agreement or arrangement for a definite or indefinite period between a retailer and a supplier which provides for the rights and obligations of the parties with respect to the purchase or sale of outdoor power equipment, and which agreement, regardless of the retailer's territorial scope, contemplates the establishment or maintenance by the retailer of a location within the state of Kansas at which outdoor power equipment and services for the same are displayed, and offered or demonstrated for sale.

(d) "Net cost" means the amount of money actually paid by a retailer to the supplier.

(e) "Current net price" means the price listed in a supplier's price list or catalogue in effect on the date of termination of a contract, less any applicable trade and cash discounts.

(f) "Supplier" means any person, partnership, corporation, association, or any and all other forms of business enterprise engaged in the business of manufacturing, assembly or wholesale distribution of outdoor power equipment. The term "supplier" and the provisions of this act shall be interpreted liberally, with regard to the equities of the retailer, and in a manner not limited to traditional doctrines of corporate successor liability, and the obligations of a supplier hereunder shall consequently apply to any actual successor in interest to a supplier, including but not limited to, a purchaser of substantial assets or substantial stock, any receiver, trustee or assignee, or any surviving corporation resulting from a merger, liquidation or reorganization of the original or any intermediate successor supplier.

History: L. 1991, ch. 67, ยง 2; April 25.

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