ARCHIVED Shortages, Issue Equip. Owned by Canada

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Legal text for SACC item

The Contractor shall conform to such Canadian Forces supply instructions as 
issued by the Technical Services Agency covering the demanding, handling, 
storage and maintaining of adequate records of contract issue stores owned 
by Canada.  Notice of any shortages shall be given in duplicate on form CF 
152 to the Contracting Authority named on page 1, who shall determine 
whether such shortage or shortages are normal, consideration being given to 
the volume of such stores handled by the Contractor.   Each notice shall be 
supported by a letter setting forth the reasons for the deficiencies and 
indicating on a percentage basis the relationship of the quantity of such 
shortage to the total quantity acquired per item.  The Contractor shall be 
responsible for any shortage in excess of such normal shortage.