Third Party Intermediary definition

Third Party Intermediary. (TPI) shall mean an organisation or individual acting as a third party intermediary between a domestic customer and a retail energy supplier.
Third Party Intermediary means an individual partnership or corporate body who or which advertises, compares or provides access to the services of a notary but who is not a qualified legal practitioner and includes any individual partnership or corporate body who or which deals with the notary as agent for the client.
Third Party Intermediary means any Third Party (including Third Party wholesalers, resellers, distributors and pharmacy chains), other than a Sublicensee, that distributes (but does not develop or manufacture) the Product directly to customers.

Examples of Third Party Intermediary in a sentence

  • We do not accept VAT declaration forms signed by a Third Party Intermediary even if there is a valid Letter of Authority.

  • Your Third Party Intermediary will be able to provide you with details of the charges for their services that have been included in the Charges.

  • Termination of Repurchase Option, Right of First Refusal, Drag-Along Right.

  • Third PartyAny Millicom Third Party Intermediary (“TPI”), Business Partner, or other Supplier,consultant, and any other individual with whom Millicom interacts.

  • The following charges apply to Third Party Intermediaries, Third Party Intermediary Service Providers, Alt HAN Company, and the Microgeneration Certification Scheme Service Company.

More Definitions of Third Party Intermediary

Third Party Intermediary means an intermediary or correspondent bank or financial
Third Party Intermediary. The Person appointed under the Escrow Agreement to adjudicate any claims made thereunder.
Third Party Intermediary means a natural or legal person who is not acting as a natural gas undertaking, and who, in the course of his or her trade, business or profession:
Third Party Intermediary has the meaning given to it in Clause 14.6 (Use of brokers and intermediaries).
Third Party Intermediary means any individual, corporation, partnership, subsidiary, or other entity which purchases coal on behalf of, or for the benefit of, another party. Any coal purchased by a third party intermediary is considered to be a purchase by a broker and not a purchaser and is not considered the contract sales price for tax purposes.
Third Party Intermediary means an intermediary or correspondent bank or financial institution, agent or other person or organization which enables or facilitates Company’s remittance services, including the provision of indicative exchange rates for and in the execution of an Remittance Order and “Third Party Intermediaries” shall be construed accordingly;
Third Party Intermediary means a person who purchases specified goods from a utility in order to make an onward supply of those goods to an end user for consumption, in circumstances where the goods are delivered directly to the end user by the utility;