Property of merit


I got it from a draft report of an ongoing project:
"This report therefore provides some comments on the potential of the project, a definition of the properties, are a property of merit and a budget and an exploration plan.
First, I cannot understand this sentence at first sight. To grasp what the author exactly was saying, I think, a "which" should be added before "are a property".
Second, what does "property of merit" denote here?
  • panjandrum

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    English-Ireland (top end)
    The sentence does not make sense to me either.
    Even inserting a "which" does not help.
    Can you query this with the writer of the report?
    What does "property" mean in this context?
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