existing goods

existing goods

in the law of sale of goods, goods owned and possessed by the seller. These differ from FUTURE GOODS, which are goods to be manufactured or acquired by the seller after the contract is made. Whether goods are existing or future goods is of importance in matters such as the passing of property and risk and whether the bargain relating to them is a contract of sale or an agreement to sell.
Collins Dictionary of Law © W.J. Stewart, 2006
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Mr Lighthizer said an "ambitious" US-UK deal could further expand the two countries' deep trade and investment relationship "by removing existing goods and services tariff, and non-tariff trade barriers."
The effect of the Order that comes into force on the 4 May 2015 will be to convert the existing goods vehicle only loading bays located on the west side of High Street and the south side of Jackson Street Gateshead; to loading only bays for all vehicles, between the hours of 6.30am to 10.00am and from 4.30pm to 12.00am (Midnight) on all days.
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After the rollback of PaCCS from the trading terminals, all the existing Goods Declarations (GDs) were on PaCCS remains unclear, says a press statement on Sunday.
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Many popular discussions of globalization revolve around jobs, while more academic debates about the benefits of international trade focus on the lower prices of existing goods. In a recent issue of Current Issues in Economics and Finance from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, Christian Broda and David Weinstein summarize their research into another important gain from global trade: increased availability of a wider variety of goods.
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"If we get a lot of applications from traders we'll use ones that complement existing goods in the area."
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