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Vendor

Seller; an individual who transfers property for sale; merchant; retail dealer; supplier.

The term vendor is frequently used in reference to an individual who sells real property.

vendor

n. a seller, particularly of real property.

vendor

noun businessman, chapman, dealer, hawker, huckster, merchant, monger, peddler, retailer, salesman, seller, trader, tradesman
Associated concepts: good faith vendor, vendor's liability, vendor's lien, vendor's title

vendor

a person who sells something; a seller.

VENDOR, contracts. A seller. (q.v.) One who disposes of a thing in consideration of money. Vide Purchaser; Seller.

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