Terms of sale

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.
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The terms of sale were lowered by him to the standard fixed by Mr.
are some situations where creditors have little to no leverage when it comes to avoiding longer terms of sale. There are others where you do have opportunities to negotiate in the spirit of achieving a win-win agreement.
Check the terms of sale. If the fabric is not the colour on the sample, the firm should accept a return at no cost to yourself.
Being committed to the principle of maximum disclosure of information, the DGF has published detailed information on the pools and the terms of sale on its website.
But along with the $1,500 device comesA (http://www.google.com/glass/terms/) Google's terms of sale , which has some interesting language regarding the reselling and lending of Google's smart glasses.
Also in focus was oil giant BP, after agreeing the terms of sale for its 50% stake in TNK-BP to Rosneft.
Whether your company is the buyer or the seller, it's important you understand these terms of sale because they determine:
The terms of sale of Chase Manhattan Bank's Virgin Islands assets have been worked out after nearly a year of often tense negotiations, reports CANA (July 30, 2000):
To sustain [the IRS's change-in-method argument] would have the effect of denying a business the right to determine the terms of sale of its product without clearing the matter with the Commissioner of Internal Revenue, clearly an odious propagation of the tentacles of the Government anemone.
The terms of sale called for the subsidiaries to bear the cost of insuring the products against damage or destruction during shipment.
Another carrier expects policyholders to stop shipping after the account goes a certain number of days past terms of sale and a specific dollar amount.
When contracts for the purchase and sale of goods also involve the transportation of those goods, they usually include "terms of sale." Terms of sale set forth certain conditions, including when title to the goods passes from seller to buyer; who bears the risks of loss or damage to the goods during loading, transportation, and unloading; and who pays the costs of freight and insurance.