GOODS SOLD Sample Clauses

GOODS SOLD. Any option to purchase the Equipment must be in a separate written contract, signed by authorized officers of both H&E and Lessee. In the event that goods are sold as part of this agreement, the goods that are sold shall be clearly identified on the face of this agreement. In the event that goods are defective, buyer’s sole remedy from H&E, and H&E’s sole obligation to buyer, is for H&E to use its best efforts to secure repair and/or replacement of the goods pursuant to the existing manufacturer’s warranty. As to these goods, H&E PROVIDES NO OTHER WARRANTIES, EITHER WRITTEN, ORAL, IMPLIED OR STATUTORY, PARTICULARLY NO IMPLIED STATUTORY WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR PARTICULAR PURPOSE. Returned goods shall be subject to a reasonable restocking charge.
GOODS SOLD. The final invoice shall cover the specific quantities of items listed on the face thereof (the "Goods").
GOODS SOLD. The final invoice for the products referenced on the facing page shall cover the specific quantities of items listed therein (the "Goods").
GOODS SOLD. [Description of the goods: type of products, features, quantities, units, etc.] ......................................................................................................................................................... ......................................................................................................................................................... .........................................................................................................................................................
GOODS SOLD. DESCRIPTION OF THE GOODS If there is insufficient space parties may use an annex A-2 CONTRACT PRICE (ART. 4) Currency: amount in numbers: amount in letters: A-3 DELIVERY TERMS Recommended terms (according to Incoterms 1990): see Introduction, §5 EXW Ex Works named place: FCA Free Carrier named place: CPT Carriage Paid To named place of destination: CIP Carriage and Insurance Paid To named place of destination: DAF Delivered At Frontier named place: DDU Delivered Duty Unpaid named place of destination: DDP Delivered Duty Paid named place of destination: Other terms (according to Incoterms 1990: see Introduction, § 5) FAS Free Alongside Ship named port of shipment: FOB Free On Board named port of shipment: CFR Cost and Freight named port of destination: CIF Cost Insurance and Freight named port of destination: DES Delivered Ex Ship named port of destination: DEQ Delivered Ex Quay (duty paid) named port of destination: Other delivery terms CARRIER (where applicable) NAME AND ADDRESS CONTACT PERSON A-4 TIME OF DELIVERY Indicate here the date or period (e.g. week or month) at which or within which the Seller must perform his delivery obligations according to clause A.4 of the respective Incoterm (see Introduction, § 6) A-5 INSPECTION OF THE GOODS BY BUYER (ART. 3) Before shipment place of inspection: Other: _ A-6 RETENTION OF TITLE (ART. 7) YES NO A-7 PAYMENT CONDITIONS (ART. 5)

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  • Revenue Share In consideration for the duties performed hereunder, the Travel Agency shall be entitled to [[Percent: Share of the Agency in Total Turnover]] of the Net Turnover generated during the agreement period that is a direct result of the Travel Agency’s efforts. To be considered a “direct result” of the Travel Agency’s efforts, substantially all of the contact with a customer that leads to a sale must have been made by the Travel Agency. Although initial contact and contact at the sale point shall be factors to consider, they are not determinative of such sale being a “direct result” of the Travel Agency’s efforts. LIMITATION OF LIABILITY In no event and under no circumstances shall either Party be liable for any indirect, incidental, consequential or special damages, including, without limitation, loss of revenue or loss of profits, for any reason whatsoever arising under this Agreement, whether arising out of breach of warranty, breach of condition, breach of contract, tort, civil liability or otherwise. In all events, Company’s absolute liability under, or in any way related to this Agreement, whether arising out of breach of warranty, breach of condition, breach of contract, tort or otherwise, shall be limited to the rupee value of the fees earned by the Company under this Agreement. Company’s liability for negligence, breach of this Agreement or any other claim in damages and losses shall not exceed the total amount owed to the Travel Agency by the Company under this Agreement at the time of the breach. REPRESENTATIONS AND WARRANTIES Each party hereby represents and warrants to that: Each party has all required capacity and corporate authorization to enter into this Agreement and be bound by the obligations provided hereunder; the execution of this Agreement by the Company and the performance of its obligations hereunder will not constitute a violation or breach of any obligation of any agreement between the Company and any third party or a violation of the Company’s legal obligations; and Travel Agency holds sufficient rights to use all materials, supplies or resources used in the performance of the Services under this Agreement, free and clear of any encumbrances. INSURANCE AND INDEMNIFICATION During the term of this Agreement, the Company shall procure and maintain comprehensive general liability insurance, which shall include blanket broad form contractual liability coverage, with limits of not less than [[Amount of contractual liability: Number]] in words Rupees [[Amount of contractual liability: Words]] per occurrence for bodily injury and property damage, combined single limit. or umbrella insurance with a limit of not less than [[Amount of Insurance: Number]] in words Rupees [[Amount of Insurance: Words]]annual aggregate. The Travel Agency will indemnify, defend and hold harmless the Company and its affiliates, and their employees, directors, officers, agents and contractors, against and from any losses, claims, proceedings or investigations arising out of or in connection with a breach of this Agreement by Travel Agency, including, without limitation, attorney fees, amounts paid in settlement of claims, proceedings or investigations, except to the extent that such claim is due to the negligence or willful misconduct of Travel Agency. The Travel Agency agrees to defend, indemnify, and hold harmless the Company from and against any all third party claims (or other actions that could lead to losses by the Company) that are based upon the Travel Agencys (a) violation of the law, (b) violation of this Agreement, or (c) violation of any third party’s rights. The Travel Agency shall be solely responsible for any personal injury or property damage or loss suffered by it or its employees or agents in the course of carrying out any duties under this Agreement.

  • Future Treatment of Unallowable Costs Unallowable Costs shall be separately determined and accounted for in nonreimbursable cost centers by Defendants, and Defendants shall not charge such Unallowable Costs directly or indirectly to any contracts with the United States or any State Medicaid program, or seek payment for such Unallowable Costs through any cost report, cost statement, information statement, or payment request submitted by Defendants or any of their subsidiaries or affiliates to the Medicare, Medicaid, TRICARE, or FEHBP Programs.

  • Treatment of Unallowable Costs Previously Submitted for Payment Defendants further agree that within 90 days of the Effective Date of this Agreement they shall identify to applicable Medicare and TRICARE fiscal intermediaries, carriers, and/or contractors, and Medicaid and FEHBP fiscal agents, any Unallowable Costs (as defined in this Paragraph) included in payments previously sought from the United States, or any State Medicaid program, including, but not limited to, payments sought in any cost reports, cost statements, information reports, or payment requests already submitted by Defendants or any of their subsidiaries or affiliates, and shall request, and agree, that such cost reports, cost statements, information reports, or payment requests, even if already settled, be adjusted to account for the effect of the inclusion of the Unallowable Costs. Defendants agree that the United States, at a minimum, shall be entitled to recoup from Defendants any overpayment plus applicable interest and penalties as a result of the inclusion of such Unallowable Costs on previously-submitted cost reports, information reports, cost statements, or requests for payment. Any payments due after the adjustments have been made shall be paid to the United States pursuant to the direction of the Department of Justice and/or the affected agencies. The United States reserves its rights to disagree with any calculations submitted by Defendants or any of their subsidiaries or affiliates on the effect of inclusion of Unallowable Costs (as defined in this Paragraph) on Defendants or any of their subsidiaries or affiliates’ cost reports, cost statements, or information reports.

  • Sales, Etc of Assets. Sell, lease, transfer or otherwise dispose of, or permit any of its Subsidiaries to sell, lease, transfer or otherwise dispose of, any assets, or grant any option or other right to purchase, lease or otherwise acquire any assets, except:

  • Required Vendor Sales Reporting By responding to this Solicitation, you agree to report to TIPS all sales made under any awarded Agreement with TIPS. Vendor is required to report all sales under the TIPS contract to TIPS. If the TIPS Member entity requesting a price from the awarded Vendor requests the TIPS contract, Vendor must include the TIPS Contract number on any communications with the TIPS Member entity. If awarded, you will be provided access to the Vendor Portal. To report sales, login to the TIPS Vendor Portal and click on the PO’s and Payments tab. Pages 3-7 of the Vendor Portal User Guide will walk you through the process of reporting sales to TIPS. Please refer to the TIPS Accounting FAQ’s for more information about reporting sales and if you have further questions, contact the Accounting Team at The Vendor or vendor assigned dealers are responsible for keeping record of all sales that go through the TIPS Agreement and submitting same to TIPS.

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  • XXXXXAS xx xxcordance xxxx Xxxx 00x-1(k) xxder the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 (the "Act"), only one statement containing the information required by Schedule 13G and any amendments thereto need be filed whenever two or more persons are required to file such a statement or any amendments thereto with respect to the same securities, provided that said persons agree in writing that such statement or any amendment thereto is filed on behalf of them.

  • Unallowable Costs Costs that are unallowable under other sections of these principles shall not be allowable under this section solely on the basis that they constitute personnel compensation.

  • Product Sales a. Section 2.5(b) of the Agreement is hereby amended to delete the first paragraph of such Section which is hereby replaced with the following: “Subject to Sections 10.3(c) and 10.3(d) of the Agreement, Licensee agrees that it will not sell, offer for sale, or assist third parties (including Affiliates) in selling Product except for the sale and offer for sale of (A) TAF Product, TAF Combination, TDF Product and TDF Combination Product for use in the Field in and in the countries of the TDF-TAF Territory, (B) COBI Product and COBI Combination Product for use in the Field and in the countries of the COBI Territory, (C) EVG Product, EVG Combination Product and Quad Product for use in the Field and in the countries of the EVG-Quad Territory, and (D) BIC Product and BIC Combination Product for use in the Field and in the countries of the BIC Territory.”

  • Gross Sales Notwithstanding anything in the Lease to the contrary the definition of Gross Sales shall be as follows: