partial delivery

Partial Delivery

A delivery in which the seller (or his/her broker) gives to the buyer only part of the agreed-upon quantity. For example, if an investor buys 1,000 shares and the selling broker delivers 700, this is a partial delivery. In such a situation, the buyer is not obligated to make payment until full delivery has been made. See also: Fail.

partial delivery

Delivery by a broker of less than the quantity stipulated in the contract. A broker who delivers 200 shares of a stock when 500 shares are due is making a partial delivery.
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The report also said that the partial delivery of the completed textbooks started in June 2016 and Lexicon discovered the damaged learning materials, amounting to P25,041,321.69, between January 17 and 20, 2017.
The ombudsman did not indicate in the charge sheet the total amount paid to Joshwell, but said that P9.585 million of it should not have been released as Joshwell 'only made a partial delivery of the SMART items as indicated in the Inspection and Acceptance Report attached to the disbursement voucher.'
"The complaints are mostly related to delivery problems, consumers do not receive the goods or they are extremely late, or they receive a partial delivery,a Arsenov explained.
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