SMALL BUSINESS CERTIFICATION REQUIRED ON
ALL PREFERENTIAL SALES OF SET-ASIDE TIMBER
The purchaser certifies, at the time of executing timber sale Contract No.
to which this statement is annexed, that in accordance with the Rules and Regulations (13 CFR 121) of the Small Business
1. His firm (a) is primarily engaged in the logging or forest products industry; (b) is independently owned and operated; (c) is
not dominant in its field of operation; and (d) employs, together with its affiliates, 500 or fewer persons.
2. (a) He agrees not to sell and/or exchange more than 30 percent (50 percent in the case of Alaska) of the timber of log
volume from this preferential sale to concerns not meeting SBA's small business size standard. Such timber and log volume
comprises logs, bolts and pieces that are suitable for manufacture into lumber dimension and/or veneer and normally appraised
as such. Timber and log volume of the preferential sale includes the contract rights, standing and down trees or portions
(b) Whenever he does sell and/or exchange timber or logs from this preferential sale, records of such transactions will be
maintained for a period of three years showing the name, address, and SBA size status (i.e., whether large or small) of each
concern to whom the timber or logs were sold or disposed and the species, grades and volumes involved. In the event of such
sale or sales, purchaser shall also require other purchasers to maintain similar records for a period of three years (OMB Approval
No. 0596-0021). A signed certificate similar to this one will be obtained from each party buying such timber and will be
retained for review in event of investigation.
(c) If his concern is purchased by, becomes controlled by, or merged with a large business, so much of such timber and
log volume from this preferential sale as is necessary will be sold (not bartered) to one or more small businesses for compliance
with the 30 percent (50 percent in the case of Alaska) restriction.
3. He agrees that if he utilizes log volume from this preferential sale in the manufacture of a product, such manufacture will be
done with his own facilities or those of another concern that qualifies as a small business.
4. He understands that in addition to other penalties which may be imposed for violating the foregoing, he may be declared
ineligible to participate in future Federal timber sales.
SBA FORM 723 (11-84) SOP 60 06
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