bulk sale


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bulk sale

n. the sale of all or a large part of a merchant's stock as well as equipment. This generally applies to retailers, restaurants, and other businesses with inventories. (See: bulk sales acts)

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9m charge to the provision related to the bulk sale of assets recorded in the second quarter, the provision for loan and lease losses increased by USD3.
The increases are attributable to the effects of the bulk sale of the Group's surplus property assets at Somerset West to the City of Cape Town ("the transaction") for a cash consideration of R400 million (excluding VAT).
By late 2011, East Bank had sold 14 of the 21 units, and no bulk sale ever occurred.
The sale consists of bulk sale of 350 domain names registered through 2016.
The 19 units in the bulk sale consisted of 17 residential units and two ground floor commercial units.
A sale of any one or more of these components constitutes a bulk sale.
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From the South Florida website: A six-month-old law designed to spur the bulk sale of troubled condo projects throughout the state has been credited with about $1 billion in property sales, according to an author of the legislation.
This "sell-through" method typically produces a much higher gross recovery than a bulk sale, since a portion of the finished goods are sold at a higher percentage of cost and, in some cases, at a profit margin.
The local company which purchased the bottles of Veuve Cliquot received a bulk sale discount on the order from S.
One common type of transaction that, surprisingly, has never been addressed by the courts is the bulk sale of inventory.
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