Rejected Commodities Sample Clauses

Rejected Commodities. When a Customer rejects a commodity, Contractor will remove the commodity from the premises within ten (10) calendar days after notification of rejection, and the risk of loss will remain with the Contractor. Commodities not removed by the Contractor within ten
Rejected Commodities. Return of any item shall be in accordance with NASPO Master Agreement #MA16000234-1, Section 9.6 (Return of Items).
Rejected Commodities. When a Customer rejects a commodity, Contractor will remove the commodity from the premises within ten (10) calendar days after notification of rejection, and the risk of loss will remain with the Contractor. Commodities not removed by the Contractor within ten (10) calendar days will be deemed abandoned by the Contractor, and the Customer will have the right to dispose of such commodities. Contractor will reimburse the Customer for costs and expenses incurred in storing or effecting removal or disposition of rejected commodities.
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Rejected Commodities. Section deleted in its entirety.

Related to Rejected Commodities

  • Futures Contracts Upon receipt of Instructions, the Custodian shall enter into a futures margin procedural agreement among the appropriate Fund, the Custodian and the designated futures commission merchant (a "Procedural Agreement"). Under the Procedural Agreement the Custodian shall: (a) receive and retain confirmations, if any, evidencing the purchase or sale of a futures contract or an option on a futures contract by such Fund; (b) deposit and maintain in a segregated account cash, Securities and/or other Assets designated as initial, maintenance or variation "margin" deposits intended to secure such Fund's performance of its obligations under any futures contracts purchased or sold, or any options on futures contracts written by such Fund, in accordance with the provisions of any Procedural Agreement designed to comply with the provisions of the Commodity Futures Trading Commission and/or any commodity exchange or contract market (such as the Chicago Board of Trade), or any similar organization(s), regarding such margin deposits; and (c) release Assets from and/or transfer Assets into such margin accounts only in accordance with any such Procedural Agreements. The appropriate Fund and such futures commission merchant shall be responsible for determining the type and amount of Assets held in the segregated account or paid to the broker-dealer in compliance with applicable margin maintenance requirements and the performance of any futures contract or option on a futures contract in accordance with its terms.

  • Competitive Products In furtherance of its best efforts duties, and in recognition of the unique healthcare and related responsibilities in connection with the distribution of the Products, during the Term of this Agreement and for six (6) months thereafter, Distributor shall not anywhere in the Territory market or sell any product or material that performs substantially the same function as, or competes with, the Products as defined in Schedule 1. During the Term and for five (5) years thereafter, Distributor shall not manufacture or reproduce, or cause to be manufactured or reproduced, anywhere in the Territory any product or material that performs substantially the same function as, or competes with, the Products, without limitation on the exercise by Manufacturer of its industrial and intellectual property rights.

  • Competing Products The provisions of Section 21 are set forth on attached Exhibit H and are incorporated in this Section 21 by this reference.

  • Futures Transactions in futures involve the obligation to make, or to take, delivery of the underlying asset of the contract at a future date, or in some cases to settle the Investment Adviser’s position with cash from a Portfolio or elsewhere. Transactions in futures carry a high degree of risk. The “gearing” or “leverage” often obtainable in futures trading means that a small deposit or down payment can lead to large losses as well as gains. It also means that a relatively small market movement can lead to a proportionately much larger movement in the value of the Investment Adviser’s investment, and this can work against the Investment Adviser as well as for the Investment Adviser. Futures transactions have a contingent liability, and the Investment Adviser should be aware of the implications of this, in particular the margining requirements, which are described in paragraph 7.2 below.

  • Products Products available under this Contract are limited to Software, including Software as a Service, products and related products as specified in Appendix C, Pricing Index. Vendor may incorporate changes to their product offering; however, any changes must be within the scope of products awarded based on the posting described in Section 1.B above. Vendor may not add a manufacturer’s product line which was not included in the Vendor’s response to the solicitation described in Section 1.B above.

  • Defective Products Dead on Arrival (DOA). Tech Data shall have the right to --------------------------------------- return to NetIQ for Return Credit any DOA Product that is returned to Tech Data within ninety (90) days after the initial delivery date to the End User and any Product that fails to perform in accordance with NetIQ's Product warranty. NetIQ shall bear all costs of shipping and risk of loss of DOA and in-warranty Products to NetIQ's location and back to Tech Data or Tech Data's Customer.

  • Commodity Contracts (F) Deposit Accounts, including all cash and other property from time to time deposited therein and the monies and property in the possession or under the control of the Secured Party or any affiliate, representative, agent, designee or correspondent of the Secured Party; (G) Documents; (H) Equipment; (I) Farm Products; (J) Fixtures; (K) General Intangibles (including all Payment Intangibles); (L) Goods, and all accessions thereto and goods with which the Goods are commingled; (M) Health-Care Insurance Receivables; (N) Instruments; (O) Inventory, including raw materials, work-in-process and finished goods; (P) Investment Property; (Q) Letter-of-Credit Rights; (R) Promissory Notes; (S) Software; (T) all Supporting Obligations; (U) all commercial tort claims hereafter arising; (V) all other tangible and intangible personal property of the Company (whether or not subject to the Code), including, all bank and other accounts and all cash and all investments therein, all proceeds, products, offspring, accessions, rents, profits, income, benefits, substitutions and replacements of and to any of the property of the Company described within the definition of Collateral (including, any proceeds of insurance thereon and all causes of action, claims and warranties now or hereafter held by the Company in respect of any of the items listed within the definition of Collateral), and all books, correspondence, files and other Records, including, all tapes, desks, cards, Software, data and computer programs in the possession or under the control of the Company or any other Person from time to time acting for the Company, in each case, to the extent of the Company’s rights therein, that at any time evidence or contain information relating to any of the property described or listed within the definition of Collateral or which are otherwise necessary or helpful in the collection or realization thereof; (W) all real property interests of the Company and the interest of the Company in fixtures related to such real property interests; and (X) Proceeds, including all Cash Proceeds and Noncash Proceeds, and products of any or all of the foregoing, in each case howsoever the Company’s interest therein may arise or appear (whether by ownership, security interest, claim or otherwise).

  • Additional Products and Services Subject to the allocation of funds, the CPO may add similar equipment, supplies, services, or locations, within the scope of this Agreement, to the list of equipment, supplies, services, or locations to be performed or provided by giving written notification to Contractor. For purposes of this Section, the “Effective Date” means the date specified in the notification from the CPO. As of the Effective Date, each item added is subject to this Agreement, as if it had originally been a part, but the charge for each item starts to accrue only on the Effective Date. In the event the additional equipment, supplies, services, or locations are not identical to the items(s) already under this Agreement, the charges therefor will then be Contractor’s normal and customary charges or rates for the equipment, supplies, services, or locations classified in the Fees and Costs (Exhibit “F”).