(1) “Building materials” means lumber, construction tools, windows, and anything else used in the building or rebuilding of property;
(2) “Consumer food item” means any article used or intended for use for food, drink, confection, or condiment by a person or animal;
(3) “Emergency supplies” includes but is not limited to water, flashlights, radios, batteries, candles, blankets, soap, diapers, temporary shelters, tape, toiletries, plywood, nails, and hammers;
(4) “Gasoline” means any fuel used to power any motor vehicle or power tool;
(5) “Goods” has the same meaning as in KRS 355.2-105 ;
(6) “Housing” means any rental housing and includes any housing provided by a hotel or motel;
(7) “Medical supplies” includes but is not limited to prescription and nonprescription medications, bandages, gauze, isopropyl alcohol, and antibacterial products;
(8) “Person” has the same meaning as in KRS 446.010 ;
(9) “Repair or reconstruction services” means services performed by any person for repairs to residential or commercial property of any type that is damaged as a result of a natural or man-made disaster or emergency resulting from an event referred to in subsection (11) of this section;
(10) “Services” means work, labor, or services, including services furnished in connection with the sale or repair of goods or real property or improvements thereto;
(11) “State of emergency” means a natural or man-made disaster resulting from a tornado, earthquake, flood, fire, riot, storm, act of war, threat of war, military action, the time of instability following a terrorist attack, or any other event for which a state of emergency has been proclaimed by the President of the United States or declared by the Governor. It shall also include the duration of a Condition Red as declared by the United States Department of Homeland Security under the Homeland Security Advisory System; and
(12) “Transportation, freight, and storage services” means any service that is performed by a person that contracts to move, store, or transport personal or business property or rents equipment for those purposes.
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