Transshipment Sample Clauses

Transshipment. 1. An originating good shall be considered as non- originating, even if it has undergone production that satisfies the requirements of Article 22 if, subsequent to that production, outside the Areas of the Parties, the good:
Transshipment. Transshipment is an illegal practice of falsely documenting the country of origin of the raw materials used to manufacture the Licensed Products and the finished Licensed Products shipped to the United States in order to evade quota restraints on the country of actual production and the shipment of products under counterfeit export licenses or visas. Manufacturer acknowledges that transshipment, in any form, violates U.S. federal law, that Company and TBG will review all documents received from Manufacturer to assure the veracity and the authenticity of the sources of Products and that, upon indication of transshipment of the Products by Manufacturer, Company or TBG reserves the right to immediately terminate this Agreement and pursue available remedies against Manufacturer.
Transshipment. A good shall not be considered to be an originating good by reason of having undergone production that satisfies the requirements of Article IV.1 if, subsequent to that production, the good:
Transshipment. 1. An originating good shall be considered as non-originating, even if it has undergone production thatsatisfies the requirements of Article 22 if, subsequent tothat production, outside the Areas of the Parties, thegood: (a) undergoes further production, or operations otherthan unloading, reloading or any other operationnecessary to preserve it in good condition or totransport it to the other Party; or (b) does not remain under surveillance of the customs authorities in one or more non- Parties where it undergoes transshipment or temporary storage inthose non-Parties. 2. Evidence that an originating good has not lost itsoriginating condition by means of paragraph 1 above shallbe provided to the customs authority of the importingParty.
Transshipment. (7) For the purposes of paragraph 2 of Article 35 (Transshipment), examples of documental proofs to be provided to the customs authority of the importing Party as evidence that the good has not lost its originating status are: - format or handwritten declaration issued by the customs authorities of the non-Party for goods being transshipped or temporarily stored; and - copies of bills of lading or airway bills for transportation from one Party to the other Party.
Transshipment. The originating goods of the other Party shall not lose such status when they are:
Transshipment. A good shall not be considered to be an originating good by reason of having undergone production that satisfies the requirements of Article IV.1 if, subsequent to that production, the good: undergoes further production or any other operation outside the territories of 4 The rules of origin under Chapter IV are based on the 1996 Harmonized System. the Parties, other than unloading, reloading or any other operation necessary to preserve it in good condition or to transport the good to the territory of a Party; does not remain under customs control while outside the territories of the Parties; or enters into trade or consumption in the territory of a non-Party.
Transshipment. The Distributor shall not, whether directly or indirectly, sell, distribute, deliver or divert the Products outside of the Territory without the prior written permission of the Supplier. In addition to all other remedies available to the Supplier for breach of this Paragraph 8, the Distributor shall pay to the Supplier, within thirty (30) days of any transshipment of the Products, the amount of $5.00 for each and every case of the Products that was sold or distributed by the Distributor or the Distributor's agents, including sub-distributors, outside of the Territory.
Transshipment. Tyligand, and each of its Affiliates, licensees and sublicensees, will not sell, supply or otherwise provide any Product or Compound to any customer, individual, business or other Third Party which Tyligand knows, or reasonably should know, intends to transfer or otherwise convey such Product or Compound outside of the Territory. Tyligand shall take prompt action against any Third Party to whom it has sold or provided Product or Compound, or to whom it has granted any rights with respect to Product or Compound, directly or indirectly, that Tyligand becomes aware is engaging in the direct or indirect sale or transfer of such Product or Compound for use outside the Territory and use its best efforts to cause such Third Party to cease such activities. Tyligand will use commercially reasonable efforts to enter into written agreements with all Third Parties in which Tyligand or its Affiliates, licensees or sublicensees sell or provide the Product or Compound containing substantially the same restrictions as those in this Section 5.10.
Transshipment. An originating good that is exported from a Party maintains its originating status only if the good: