Sale of Merchandise Sample Clauses

Sale of Merchandise. Lessee is granted the exclusive right to sell golf-related equipment, apparel, and other merchandise at the Golf Course. Lessee shall assume any and all business risks and liability in the sale of such merchandise and shall be entitled to retain all income from such sale, subject only to the lease agreement and reporting requirements of this Agreement. All sales shall be conducted in accordance with all local, state, and Federal laws and regulations and shall be in conformity with the guidelines of the Policy Manual.
Sale of Merchandise. If applicable, the Contractor shall have the exclusive right to sell any and all types of merchandise containing the name, voice, likeness and/or logo of Speaker (collectively, "Speaker's Merchandise"), with the prior approval of the Institution. The Contractor shall provide the Institution with at least one (1) week's notice of its intent to sell the Speaker's Merchandise. The Institution shall be entitled to fifteen percent (15%) of the gross receipts (after sales tax, if any) from such sales, which amount shall be paid to the Institution immediately following the performance. The Institution shall provide the Contractor with a well-lit location at the performance venue for merchandising. The provision of sales personnel shall be the responsibility of the Contractor. If applicable, the Contractor shall have the exclusive right to sell any and all types of merchandise containing the name, voice, likeness and/or logo of the Artist (collectively, "Artist's Merchandise") at the performance venue, with the prior approval of the Institution. The Contractor shall provide the Institution with at least one (1) week's notice of its intent to sell Artist's Merchandise. The Institution shall be entitled to fifteen percent (15%) of the gross receipts (after sales tax, if any) from such sales, which amount shall be paid to the Institution immediately following the performance. The Institution shall provide the Contractor will a well-lit location at the performance venue for merchandising. The provision of sales personnel shall be the responsibility of the Contractor.
Sale of Merchandise. If Exhibitor plans to sell, deliver or receive payment for tangible goods at the Conference, the State of Nevada Department of Taxation requires Exhibitors to complete and return a One-Time Sales Tax Return to the State of Nevada Department of Taxation. If Exhibitor has already registered with the State of Nevada Department of Taxation, Exhibitor may file its sales tax return; however, Exhibitor is required to notify WVC of this fact in writing, and provide WVC with your 10-digit state taxpayer identification number. A form will be provided to all Exhibitors on-site or immediately after the Conference. WVC will attempt to communicate this information leading up to and throughout the Conference Dates; however, it is the Exhibitor’s sole responsibility to comply with this requirement and file a return whether or not Exhibitor receives the form or notice from WVC.
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Sale of Merchandise. On the terms and subject to the conditions set forth in this Agreement, the Seller agrees to sell, assign, transfer, convey and deliver to the Buyer, and the Buyer agrees to purchase and acquire from the Seller all rights, title and interests of the Seller in and to the Merchandise, adherent to Exhibit A attached hereto. 2.
Sale of Merchandise. Order-taking and/or related sales activities are permissible provided they are confined to the Exhibitor’s assigned space, do not involve cash transactions (without the proper tax permits/licenses) in the Exhibit Hall and do not detract from the professional tone of the conference. All Exhibitors/IPs who sell merchandise from the show floor, or who take orders on either a wholesale or retail basis, must adhere to all State/local laws/regulations regarding sales or use tax collections for the city in which this Exhibit Program is held. See My/Florida for appropriate rules and regulations.
Sale of Merchandise. Exhibitors may sell products on the exhibit floor during regular exhibit hours, provided that (1) the product relates directly to the profession of landscape architecture and (2) the vending Exhibitor holds ASLA Texas harmless from every claim of any kind that may arise from the sale of such products, including without limitation, any consumer suit, complaint, or demand; any product liability suit; or any other claim, demand, or suit, whether in a court of law or equity or in an administrative forum. ASLA Texas reserves the right in their sole discretion, to prohibit or discontinue sales for any reason at any time. Exhibitors are responsible for any and all permits required by law or local ordinance. An Exhibitor without a Texas location needs a Use Tax permit. There is no fee for a Use Tax permit. In the event that an exhibitor engages in on-location transactions, the exhibitor will be responsible for complying with all federal, state, and local laws that may pertain to such sales. All exhibitors must be registered with Texas Comptroller’s Office. In addition, exhibitors must have a Texas Sales permit or proof of tax-exempt status in order to exhibit at the Conference. Contact the Comptroller's Office (512.463.3731 or xxx.xxx.xxxxx.xx.xx) for information regarding exhibiting in Texas and Texas sales permits. Each exhibitor is responsible for making this contact.
Sale of Merchandise. Sale of merchandise in connection with the Services, if any, shall be performed in accordance with Exhibit A.
Sale of Merchandise. Manufactured By or Under the Control of Merchandiser: As used herein, the term "Merchandiser Product" means all merchandise sold pursuant to a Store Agreement (whether through the applicable Artist Store or the UBL Store) that is provided by or on behalf of Merchandiser or a Sublicensee, as well as any "limited edition" or "one-of-a-kind" items of merchandise sold pursuant to a Store Agreement (whether or not actually provided by or on behalf or Merchandiser or a Sublicensee). During the term of each Store Agreement (but only as long as Merchandiser has the Rights in respect of the applicable Merchandiser Artist), Merchandiser agrees to sell to ADNM (or the applicable Merchandiser Artist), for resale under the applicable Store Agreement, Merchandiser Product manufactured by or under the control of Merchandiser that contains the Personal Identification of the applicable Merchandiser Artist upon the following terms:
Sale of Merchandise. Manufactured By or Under the Control of a Sublicensee: As used herein, the term "Sublicensee" means any person or entity who has obtained prior to the date of this Agreement, or during the Term obtains, from Merchandiser the right to manufacture and distribute merchandise bearing the Personal Identification of a Merchandiser Artist.