Surplus Goods definition

Surplus Goods means the Surplus Goods offered for sale by the City and identified as such in the Offer Opportunity;
Surplus Goods means any items no longer having any use to the Town or in excess of the needs of the Town that have become a candidate for transfer, loan, or disposal, inclusive of but not limited to obsolete supplies, scrap materials and vehicles but excluding real property.
Surplus Goods means any vehicles, equipment, furniture, materials, or supplies no longer required by the City but may have residual economic value.

Examples of Surplus Goods in a sentence

  • D6.2 The Offeror shall inspect the Surplus Goods at the time of pick up.

  • The City shall not be responsible for any damage, defect or deterioration of the Surplus Goods purported to have occurred after any prior inspection by the Offeror unless such damage, defect or deterioration is identified at the time of pick up by the Offeror.

  • ENQUIRIES B4.1 All enquiries shall be directed to the Contract Administrator identified in D3.1. B4.2 If the Offeror finds errors, discrepancies or omissions in the Offer of Surplus Goods, or is unsure of the meaning or intent of any provision therein, the Offeror shall promptly notify the Contract Administrator of the error, discrepancy or omission at least five (5) Business Days prior to the Submission Deadline.

  • B4.4 Responses to enquiries which, in the sole judgment of the Contract Administrator, do not require a correction to or a clarification of the Offer of Surplus Goods will be provided by the Contract Administrator only to the Offeror who made the enquiry.

  • CONFLICT OF INTEREST AND GOOD FAITH B11.1 Offerors, by responding to this Offer of Surplus Goods, declare that no Conflict of Interest currently exists, or is reasonably expected to exist in the future.

  • PICK UP D6.1 Further to C4.4, Surplus Goods shall be picked up within ten (10) Business Days of notification of award, at a time mutually agreed upon between the Offeror and the Contract Administrator.D6.1.1 The Offeror shall promptly report any delay or change to an agreed pick up date to the Contract Administrator.

  • DISCLOSURE B10.1 Various Persons provided information or services with respect to the Offer of Surplus Goods.

  • D6.3 Surplus Goods shall be picked up between 7:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. on Business Days and after providing advance notice of minimum twenty four (24 hours).MEASUREMENT AND PAYMENT D7.

  • INSPECTION OF SURPLUS GOODS B3.1 Further to C2.2, the Offeror may make an appointment to inspect the Surplus Goods by contacting the Contract Administrator in writing.

  • B4.3 Responses to enquiries which, in the sole judgment of the Contract Administrator, require a correction to or a clarification of the Offer of Surplus Goods will be provided by the Contract Administrator to all Offerors by issuing an addendum.


More Definitions of Surplus Goods

Surplus Goods means any goods no longer having any use to the District. The term “surplus goods” includes obsolete goods, scrap materials, and nonexpendable goods that have completed their useful life cycle.
Surplus Goods means all goods the City Manager has determined have become surplus,
Surplus Goods means usable or unusable property, which has been declared excess/surplus/damaged by a Department of the City of Timmins;

Related to Surplus Goods

  • Retail sales means the transfer to a customer of goods in exchange for payment occurring in retail stores, sidewalk sales, farmers’ markets, flea markets and restaurants. The term “retail sales” does not include sales of goods at yard sales, tag sales, and other sales by residents at their homes.

  • Finished Goods means units of a manufactured product awaiting sale.

  • Supply of goods means the transfer of the right to dispose of tangible property as owner.

  • Tobacco products means cigars, cigarettes, cheroots, stogies, periques, granulated, plug cut, crimp cut, ready rubbed, and other smoking tobacco, snuff, snuff flour, moist snuff, cavendish, ping and twist tobacco, fine-cut and other chewing tobaccos, shorts, refuse scraps, clippings, cuttings and sweepings of tobacco, and other kinds and forms of tobacco, prepared in such manner as to be suitable for chewing or smoking in a pipe or otherwise, or both for chewing and smoking.

  • the Products means all products and associated documentation to be supplied under this Contract;

  • The Goods means all of the supplies, equipment, machinery, spare parts, other materials and/or general support services which the Supplier is required to provide to the Procuring Entity under the Contract.

  • U.S.-flag air carrier means an air carrier holding a certificate under 49 U.S.C. Chapter 411.

  • White Goods means inoperative and discarded refrigerators, ranges, washers, water heaters, freezers, and other similar domestic and commercial large appliances.

  • originating goods means goods that qualify as originating in accordance with the relevant provisions of Chapter 4;

  • Red Hat Products means Software, Services, Subscriptions and other Red Hat branded offerings made available by Red Hat.

  • Finished Products means any one or more of the following petroleum oils, or a mixture or combination of these oils, to be used without further processing except blending by mechanical means:

  • In-Transit Inventory means Inventory of a Borrower which is in the possession of a common carrier and is in transit from a Foreign Vendor of a Borrower from a location outside of the continental United States to a location of a Borrower that is within the continental United States.

  • Designated Products means products provided by Motorola to Licensee with which or for which the Software and Documentation is licensed for use.

  • Hire Goods means any machine, article, tool, and/or device together with any accessories specified in a Contract which are hired to the Customer;

  • Related Products means (i) with respect to Resource Adequacy Benefits that portion of the Resource Adequacy Benefits that are in excess of those Resource Adequacy Benefits used by Seller or by a Site Host, both in connection with the Host Site, to meet a known and established, at the point in time when the Resource Adequacy Benefits are to be used, resource adequacy obligation under any Resource Adequacy Ruling, and (ii) any Green Attributes, Capacity Attributes and all other attributes associated with the electric energy or capacity of the Generating Facility (but not including any Financial Incentives) that are in excess of those Green Attributes, Capacity Attributes or other attributes used, or retained for future use, by Seller or a Site Host, both in connection with the Host Site, to meet a known and established, at the point in time when the relevant attribute(s) are to be used or retained, obligation under Applicable Law.

  • Restricted Products means any product, device, equipment or machinery researched into, developed, manufactured, supplied, marketed, distributed or sold by the Company and with which the duties of the Executive were materially concerned or for which he was responsible during the Relevant Period, or any products, equipment or machinery of the same type or materially similar to those products, equipment or machinery;

  • Cemetery merchandise means merchandise described in section 4(1)(k)(i).

  • Hemp products or “hemp-infused products” means all products with the federally defined tetrahydrocannabinol concentration level for hemp derived from, or made by, processing hemp plants or plant parts that are prepared in a form available for commercial sale, including cosmetics, personal care products, food intended for animal or human consumption, cloth, cordage, fiber, fuel, paint, paper, construction materials, plastics, and any product containing one or more hemp-derived cannabinoids, such as cannabidiol.

  • Perishable goods means personal property maintained under controlled conditions for its preservation, and susceptible to loss or damage if the controlled conditions change.

  • restricted goods means any goods the importation, exportation, transfer, or carriage coastwise, of which is prohibited, save in accordance with any conditions regulating such importation, exportation, transfer, or carriage coastwise, and any goods the importation, exportation, transfer, or carriage coastwise, of which is in any way regulated by or under the Customs laws;

  • Deposit Accounts means any “deposit accounts,” as such term is defined in the UCC, and includes any checking account, savings account, or certificate of deposit.

  • Household goods means personal effects and property used or to be used in a dwelling when a part of the equipment or supply of that dwelling. Household goods do not include property moving from a factory or store, unless the property was purchased by the householder with intent to use the property in his or her dwelling, the property is transported at the request of the householder, and the householder pays the carrier's transportation charges either directly or indirectly.

  • Excluded Products means the part(s) of the Products specified as such in the Lot Information and Conditions;

  • Excluded Deposit Accounts means (a) any deposit account the funds in which are used solely for the payment of salaries and wages, workers’ compensation and similar expenses (including payroll taxes) in the ordinary course of business, (b) any deposit account that is a zero-balance disbursement account, (c) any deposit account the funds in which consist solely of (i) funds held by the Company or any Subsidiary Loan Party in trust for any director, officer or employee of the Company or any Subsidiary Loan Party or any employee benefit plan maintained by the Company or any Subsidiary Loan Party or (ii) funds representing deferred compensation for the directors and employees of the Company and the Subsidiary Loan Parties, (d) any deposit account the funds in which consist solely of cxxx xxxxxxx money deposits or funds deposited under escrow or similar arrangements in connection with any letter of intent or purchase agreement for any transaction permitted hereunder and (e) other deposit accounts to the extent the aggregate daily balance in all such accounts does not at any time exceed $100,000.

  • Wholesaler means any person, other than a vintner, brewer or bottler of beer or wine, who shall sell, barter, exchange, offer for sale, have in possession with intent to sell, deal or traffic in alcoholic liquor, wine, or beer. A wholesaler shall not sell for consumption upon the premises.

  • Inventory is all “inventory” as defined in the Code in effect on the date hereof with such additions to such term as may hereafter be made, and includes without limitation all merchandise, raw materials, parts, supplies, packing and shipping materials, work in process and finished products, including without limitation such inventory as is temporarily out of Borrower’s custody or possession or in transit and including any returned goods and any documents of title representing any of the above.