Trade Laws definition

Trade Laws has the meaning set forth in Section 2.23(a).
Trade Laws means (i) all U.S. import and export Laws (including those Laws under the authority of U.S. Departments of Commerce (Bureau of Industry and Security) codified at 15 C.F.R., Parts 700 –799; Homeland Security (Customs and Border Protection) codified at 19 C.F.R., Parts 1 – 199; State (Directorate of Defense Trade Controls) codified at 22 C.F.R., Parts 103, 120 – 130; and Treasury (Office of Foreign Assets Control) codified at 31 C.F.R., Parts 500 – 599) and (ii) all comparable applicable Laws outside the United States in countries in which the Company or one of its Subsidiaries is licensed to do business.

Examples of Trade Laws in a sentence

  • Provision for settlement of disputes through arbitration indicating clearly that the resultant contract will be interpreted under Indian Laws in case of Purchase from Indian suppliers and / or United Nations Commission on International Trade Laws (UNCITRAL) in the case of foreign suppliers.

  • There are no pending or, to the knowledge of the Company, threatened, claims, complaints, charges, investigations, voluntary disclosures or Legal Proceedings against the Company or any of the Company’s Subsidiaries related to any International Trade Laws or Sanctions Laws or any Export Approvals.

  • However, in case of importers, the provisions related to Arbitration as per the United Nations Commission on International Trade Laws (UNCTRAL) will be applicable and binding on both the parties.

  • Purchases made the Town are exempt from Fair Trade Laws as well as the payment of any sales, excise, or Federal Transportation taxes.

  • Seller shall comply with all applicable Trade Laws related to any Controlled Goods.


More Definitions of Trade Laws

Trade Laws shall have the meaning set forth in Section 3.30(b).
Trade Laws means (i) all U.S. import, re-import, export, re-export, transfer, export controls, sanctions, embargo, and anti-boycott Laws (including those Laws under the authority of U.S. Departments of Commerce (Bureau of Industry and Security) codified at 15 C.F.R., Parts 700 -799; Homeland Security (Customs and Border Protection) codified at 19 C.F.R., Parts 1 - 199; State (Directorate of Defense Trade Controls) codified at 22 C.F.R., Parts 103, 120 - 130; and Treasury (OFAC) codified at 31 C.F.R., Parts 500 - 599), (ii) all comparable applicable Laws outside the United States in countries, unions, territories or regions in which the Sellers or one of the Acquired Companies is licensed to do business, and (iii) all other bilateral or multilateral treaties or agreements, relating to the import, re-import, export, re-export, transfer, export controls, sanctions, embargo, and anti-boycott of materials, products, software and technology information.