The act of disposing, or disposing of, anything; arrangement; orderly distribution; a putting in order; as, the disposal of the troops in two lines.
Regulation of the fate, condition, application, etc., of anything; the transference of anything into new hands, a new place, condition, etc.; alienation, or parting; as, a disposal of property.
The discharge or placement of any solid waste or hazardous waste into or on land or water.
Waste emplacement designed to ensure isolation of waste from the biosphere, with no intention of retrieval for the foreseeable future.
This happens when something is sold, transferred or given away.
getting rid of something no longer wanted
the power to use something or someone; "used all the resources at his disposal"
the act or means of getting rid of something
The act of physically removing object/s from a museum collection. See also: deaccession.
the permanent removal of an object to which the National Maritime Museum (NMM) has legal title from the permanent collection. The term will not be used to describe the return of loans or objects deposited temporarily with the Museum.
the permanent storage or removal of trash from the environment.
The act of removing a plant, either dead or alive.
a retirement of an asset that has become obsolete, or has exhausted its useful life
The term "disposal" includes: an asset that is compulsorily acquired an asset taken out of New Zealand (other than only temporarily) changes in use or location of use of a business asset ceasing intangible asset rights an asset that is irreparably damaged any distribution of assets (including distributions of assets to the beneficial owners for no cost) ceasing deemed ownership of a fixture or improvement an asset that is lost or stolen if that asset is not recovered in the income year when the loss or theft occurs.
The process whereby an asset is disposed of or decommissioned.
Sale of an asset at the end of an agreement by the asset's owner.
When a company sells another company that has owned.
Stores that sells used army and navy equipment plus camping gear
Timber is disposed of when the owner cuts, sells, or exchanges the timber or otherwise parts with it. In the case of a 631 (b) disposal, where the timber is cut under a contract that obligates the owner to sell and the purchaser to cut and purchase designated trees at a specified unit price, the timber is disposed of at the time cutting begins. Also see “Lump-sum timber sale,” “Section 631 (a) transaction,” and “Section 631 (b) disposal.