Goods in Transit Sample Clauses

Goods in Transit. 1. The provisions of the Euro-Mediterranean Agreement may be applied to goods exported from either Israel to one of the new Member States, or from one of the new Member States to Israel, which comply with the provisions of Protocol 4 and which on the date of accession are either en route or in temporary storage, in a customs warehouse or in a free zone in Israel or in that new Member State.
Goods in Transit. 1. The provisions of the SAA may be applied to goods exported from either Montenegro to Croatia or from Croatia to Montenegro, which comply with the provisions of Protocol 3 to the SAA and that on the date of accession of Croatia are either en route or in temporary storage, in a customs warehouse or in a free zone in Montenegro or in Croatia.
Goods in Transit. If, prior to delivery or while the merchandise is in transit, Buyer becomes bankrupt or insolvent, or any petition in bankruptcy or for reorganization, or for a state court receivership is filed against Buyer, the Seller may forthwith terminate the Agreement by giving written notice of such termination. Such termination will not prejudice Seller's rights to any amounts then due under the Agreement. If Buyer becomes bankrupt or insolvent or any petition in bankruptcy or for reorganization or for a state court receivership is filed against Buyer, then at its option, Seller may take possession of any goods theretofore sold to Buyer in connection with which the full purchase price has not been paid, analogous to the terms and provisions set forth herein.
Goods in Transit. Section 6 does not cover:
Goods in Transit. Up to HK$50,000 protection for loss of or damage to goods in transit in the course of collection and delivery by you or any of your employees.
Goods in Transit. Loss or damage to the whole or part of the property whilst carried in or on any vehicle described in the Statement of Cover, owned by the Participant or for which they are responsible.
Goods in Transit. Anything falling under the description of Equipment or Inventory in Paragraphs 2 and 4 above ordered in the ordinary course of business by or on behalf of Builders Square or BSQ Newco but not yet received prior to the Effective Date ("GOODS IN TRANSIT"); provided that the interest of Borrower in such Equipment may be in the form of a leasehold interest.
Goods in Transit. Seller hereby agrees that it shall not, and shall not permit its Affiliates to, make any payment of amounts due and payable by Seller to any third party supplier with respect to any Inventory that is in transit on the Closing Date without the prior written consent of Buyer, which consent shall not be unreasonably withheld. For purposes of clarification, it shall be unreasonable for Buyer to withhold consent to payment for goods which substantially conform to their specifications. Seller shall notify Buyer in writing as soon as practicable in advance of any deadline for payment of such amounts and Buyer shall have five (5) Business Days from receipt of such notice to provide Seller with its consent (or its determination not to provide such consent). In the event Buyer does not consent as set forth in the preceding sentence, Seller shall pay to Buyer the value of the Inventory as to which Buyer did not consent to payment (such value to be determined in accordance with Section ‎3.3(a)(i)(3). Buyer and Seller shall cooperate and good faith seek to mutually agree on the treatment of non-conforming goods for which payment was denied pursuant to this Section ‎6.14.
Goods in Transit. The Contractor must maintain or effect and maintain a suitable insurance policy that covers loss or damage to the transport of any goods (including marine transit insurance if applicable) in the course of carrying out the Project Works during transit to or from the Site, regardless of whether Main Roads has paid for those goods.