For Goods Sample Clauses

For Goods. Vendor agrees that when Morton is entitled to cancel this Contract, Morton may (a) reject shipment and return all Goods at Vendor’s expense; (b) return at Vendor’s expense all Goods received or accepted; (c) retain Goods which comply with the terms and conditions provided in this Contract and return any other Goods at Vendor’s expense; and/or (d) sue Vendor to recover its cost of cover or any other allowable damages. Nothing in this Contract shall limit Morton’s right to damages.
For Goods. YUTRAFFIC reserves the right to perform quality inspection at any time during the manufacturing process as well as before the GOODS will be packed for shipping. Therefore the SUPPLIER shall inform YUTRAFFIC in writing about the date when the GOODS will be ready for inspection at least five (5) working days (for SUPPLIER located in Mainland China) or twenty (20) working days (for SUPPLIER located outside of Mainland China) prior to the start of the packing.
For Goods manufactured by the Supplier, the Supplier warrants: Our goods come with guarantees that cannot be excluded under the Australian Consumer Law. You are entitled to a replacement or refund for a major failure and compensation for any other reasonably foreseeable loss or damage. You are also entitled to have the Goods repaired or replace if the Goods fail to be of acceptable quality and the failure does not amount to a major failure.
For Goods. Gottex Models Ltd.
For Goods. If this Purchase Order is for the provision of goods, Supplier warrants that the goods (a) are of merchantable quality; (b) are fit for the particular needs and purposes of the University as may be communicated to Supplier; (c) comply with the highest warranties, representations and options expressed by Supplier orally or in any written advertisement, correspondence or other document provided to or in the possession of the University; (d) comply with all applicable laws, codes and regulations as published by any national, state or local association or group; and (e) are not restricted in any way by patents, copyrights, trade secrets, or any other rights of third parties. If any of the foregoing warranties is breached, Supplier agrees to correct all defects and nonconformities, to be liable for all direct, indirect, consequential and other damages suffered by the University and any other persons, and to defend, indemnify and hold harmless the University from any claim asserted by any person resulting in whole or in part from such breach.
For Goods i) the price of the Goods quoted EXW (ex-works, ex-factory, ex-warehouse,ex-showroom, or off-the-shelf, as applicable), excluding GST as applicable payable on the finished Goods;ITB 14.8 (a)(iii)―Final destination (Project Site)‖:Vide Annexure –I in Schedule of Requirement in Section VI.ITB 16.4Period the Goods are expected to be functioning (for spare parts): 10 yearsmanufacturer has to ensure that equipment‘s would be supported for a minimum period of 10 years after commissioningITB 17.2 (b)(i)Manufacturer‘s authorization is: required as per proforma in Section IV.ITB 17.2(b)(iii)After Sales service is required which shall be provided by the Supplier or alternatively by its Agent in case of a foreign bidder.ITB 18.1The bid validity period shall be 90 days after the bid submission deadline.ITB 18.3(a)The factor will be1.0007692% per week.(multiplicative)ITB 19.1Bid security not required however, a Bid-Securing Declaration shall be requiredITB 19.2A Bid Securing Declaration shall use the form included in Section IV, Bidding Forms.ITB 19.3Not UsedITB 19.8The bid securing declaration of a JV must be in the name of the legally enforceable JV that submits the bid. If the JV has not been legally constituted into a legally enforceable JV at the time of bidding, the bid securing declaration shall be in the names of all future members, as named in the letter of intent referred to in ITB 4.1 and ITB 11.2.ITB 19.9If the Bidder incurs any of the actions prescribed in subparagraphs (a) or (b) of this provision, the Borrower will declare the Bidder ineligible to be awarded contracts by the Purchaser for a period of Three years.ITB 20.2The written confirmation of authorization to sign on behalf of the Bidder shall consist of: a) A board resolution or its equivalent, or power of attorney specifying the representative‘s authority to sign the Bid on behalf of, and to legally binding, the Bidder.All the documents are required to be signed digitally by the bidder. After electronic on line bid submission, the system generates a unique bid identification number which is time stamped. This shall be treated as acknowledgement of bid submissionITB 20.3In case the Bidder is a JV, the Bid shall be signed by an authorized representative of the JV on behalf of the JV, and so as to be legally binding on all the members as evidenced by a power of attorney signed by their legally authorized representatives. D. Online Submission and Opening of BidsITB 21.1Class of DSC required is: Class ...
For Goods the Seller will invoice the Company on or at any time after completion of delivery. For Services, the Seller will invoice the Company on completion of the Services. The invoice will be sent to the Company separately. Each invoice will include such supporting information as is required by the Company to verify the accuracy of the invoice and will quote the purchase order reference number (if any) of the Order to which it relates.
For Goods. To the extent Service Provider is supplying goods or materials (“Goods”) in connection with the performance of the Services, Service Provider warrants that, from the date of tender of delivery of the Goods, all Goods: (1) shall be selected by Service Provider (to the extent applicable) in conformance with all applicable specifications (if any); (2) Service Provider acknowledges that Buyer is relying on the Service Provider’s skill or judgment to furnish suitable Goods; (3) shall be composed of all new components unless agreed otherwise by the Parties; (4) shall be free and clear of all liens and encumbrances; and (5) shall be purchased and used, to the extent applicable, by Service Provider in compliance with all applicable federal, state and local laws, regulations or orders applicable to the Goods. Warranties shall extend for six (6) months after delivery of the Goods or, where no delivery occurs, six (6) months after performance of the Services. In addition to the foregoing, Service Provider shall effectively transfer to Buyer all transferrable OEM warranties on Goods. If any warranties are non-transferrable, Service Provider shall act as Buyer’s agent to pursue any warranty claim that Buyer may have under the OEM warranties.
For Goods. Seller warrants that on the date of delivery, the goods shall conform to the latest samples, drawings, or specifications as agreed to by Buyer and Seller in connection with the sale of such goods. Seller's warranty shall extend for a period of sixty (60) days from the date of shipment. Continued use or possession of goods thereafter shall be conclusive evidence that the warranty is fulfilled to the satisfaction of the Buyer.