Terms of sale

(redirected from Terms of Purchase)

Terms of sale

Conditions under which a firm proposes to sell its goods or services for cash or credit.

Terms of Sale

The conditions the parties agree to follow in the trade of a good or service. Necessary terms of sale include price, quantity, and, if necessary, quality. The terms of sale may also include special conditions. See also: Terms of trade.
References in periodicals archive ?
A maximum of 81,450 which is the total overall cost inclusive of vat, is for the purchase of a second user/demonstration mode, a purchase of research infrastructure where the terms of purchase are particularly advantageous.
Terms of purchase have not been disclosed, other than that the deal was in cash.
Our market research shows there is numerous prospects that could fit our acquisition profile and I am confident we will find one that suits our needs and terms of purchase.
The sale is expected to close before the end of the year; terms of purchase were not disclosed.
Domestic brands such as Ford and Chevrolet also score high in terms of purchase intentions but these numbers are weak in comparison to their overall market share, landing them in the AVERAGE category (80-100).
Initial indications of interest for the senior and assisted living facilities, in terms of purchase price, ranged from a low of $34.
We strongly believe that subscribers to our studies want to remain compliant with the terms of purchase, and RightsMarket provides a way to make it very easy for existing and new customers to access our technical and market information.
Negotiations are continuing with potential lenders and discussions have commenced with Kinross Gold Corporation to renegotiate the terms of purchase.
Terms of purchase were not disclosed, although the seller was paid entirely in restricted Med/Waste, Inc.
Under the terms of purchase, Lucent will deploy AutoSimulations' AutoSched software for its semiconductor facilities throughout the United States and Spain.
The company's new board of directors may not amend the terms of purchase for the 1,999,995 Series A Preferred shares without the consent of a majority of the Series B Preferred shares voted by the company's current board of directors of the company, which consent may not be unreasonably withheld.