purchaser of goods

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In Educating The Children And Youth Of Milwaukee, Mps Is Also A Primary Purchaser Of Goods And Services In The Milwaukee Marketplace.
Section 2-609 is also available to a purchaser of goods who believes its supplier is unable to perform.
The Justice Reddy Committee found Justice Sen guilty of collecting Rs 33,22,800 from a purchaser of goods, keeping it in a savings bank account and misrepresenting facts to the High Court.
The federal government spends nearly $500 billion on contracting each year--nearly $100 billion of which goes to small businesses--making it the largest purchaser of goods and services in the world.
The Federal Government with over $400 billion in buying power and 500,000 contractors is a major purchaser of goods and services in the United States economy.
Since the federal government is the world's largest purchaser of goods and services, he said, "It's time to flex our muscle on purchasing power.
The council as a large purchaser of goods and services in the city can help by ensuring that it pays its bills quickly, and we believe that halving the time for cash payments to local businesses from 30 days to 14 days will greatly help.
The Assembly could also, as a major purchaser of goods and services, cut its payment terms from 60 days to 30 days, thus ensuring that the thousands of firms that are waiting for payments get paid on time and improving cashflow in one fell swoop.
The US is the largest purchaser of goods and services in the world and, essentially, AUSFTA puts Australian businesses on a competitive equal footing with their US counterparts when bidding for US Government contracts.
The United States remained the biggest purchaser of goods and services provided by the EU to non-residents in terms of travel (29% of extra-EU travel receipts and expenditure), followed by EFTA countries (22%), Asia (17%) and other European countries (11%).
First, the Commercial Code requires a purchaser of goods to notify the seller within a "commercially reasonable" time of any claimed breach of the sales agreement or failure of the goods to conform to its terms.
475(c)-1 (b)(2) states that a debt instrument is customer paper if (1) a person's principal activity is selling nonfinancial goods or providing nonfinancial services, (2) a debt instrument was issued by a purchaser of goods or services at the time of purchase to finance the purchase and (3) at all times since the debt instrument was issued, it has been held either by the person selling the goods or by a corporation that is a member of the same consolidated group as that person.

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