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  • Short Form of Output Agreement
    Short Form of Output Agreement

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    From:William Glover

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    This form is a simple output contract in which the buyer agrees to take all of a given product for a specified period of time.
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  • Output Agreement with Minimum and Maximum Limits
    Output Agreement with Minimum and Maximum Limits

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    From:William Glover

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    An output contract is one that refers to future output and in which the actual quantity of goods subject to purchase or sale is indefinite. Although output contracts are ordinarily associated with production or manufacturing enterprises, Uniform Commercial Code � 2-306 is not limited to such factual situations. The broad definition of seller and buyer in Uniform Commercial Code � 2-103(1)(a), (o) makes the provision applicable regardless of the character or purpose of the seller or buyer. The drafter, in preparing a contract or agreement for the sale of goods, may wish to prepare a simple output contract in which the buyer agrees to take all of a given product for a specified period of time. In preparing an output contract or agreement for the sale of goods, it is desirable, if possible, to specify maximum amounts that may be tendered or demanded, in this way fixing the bounds of performances and eliminating to some extent questions of construction. If this cannot be done, the next best course is to set forth an estimate of the amount of goods that is to be furnished or demanded. When an estimate is included, care must be taken to make the estimate a reasonable one, that is, one bearing a reasonable relationship to the actual output or requirements.
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  • Agreement Between Carrier and Owner of Motor Vehicle Equipment
    Agreement Between Carrier and Owner of Motor Vehicle Equipment

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    From:William Glover

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    Article 7 of the UCC defines carrier as a person that issues a bill of lading. A bill of lading is a document generated by a shipper, detailing a shipment of merchandise, giving title to the goods, and requiring the carrier to release the merchandise to a named party at the destination. A bailee means a person that by a warehouse receipt, bill of lading, or other document of title acknowledges possession of goods and contracts to deliver them. A shipper means a person that enters into a contract of transportation with a carrier.
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  • Notice by Seller to Buyer on Stopping Delivery to Buyer
    Notice by Seller to Buyer on Stopping Delivery to Buyer

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    From:William Glover

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    A notice to the buyer is not required in order to effect a stopping of delivery to the buyer. The giving of such notice is used as a means of explaining to the buyer why the buyer is not receiving the goods so that the buyer does not think that the seller is guilty of a breach of the contract by nondelivery.
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  • Notice by Seller of Completion of Manufacture of Goods after Breach by Buyer
    Notice by Seller of Completion of Manufacture of Goods after Breach by Buyer

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    From:William Glover

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    A notice to the buyer is not required in order to effect a stopping of delivery to the buyer. The giving of such notice is used as a means of explaining to the buyer why the buyer is not receiving the goods so that the buyer does not think that the seller is guilty of a breach of the contract by nondelivery.
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  • Notice by Seller of Intention to Complete Manufacture of Goods after Breach by Buyer with Buyer to give Seller Suggestions
    Notice by Seller of Intention to Complete Manufacture of Goods after Breach by Buyer with Buyer to give Seller Suggestions

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    From:William Glover

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    Uniform Commercial Code � 2-704 is one of the sections in Part 7 of Article 2 governing the remedies of the seller. It authorizes the aggrieved seller to identify to the agreement conforming goods, or to resell, complete manufacture or otherwise proceed when the goods are unfinished. The giving of a notice is not required as a condition precedent to the right of the seller to proceed in the manner above indicated. However, it is desirable to give such notice since it will impress on the buyer that the buyer has committed a breach and affords the buyer the opportunity to make some counteroffer or suggestion that may be to the advantage of both parties.
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  • Terms and Conditions of Purchase Order Agreement
    Terms and Conditions of Purchase Order Agreement

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    From:William Glover

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    A sale of goods is a present transfer of title to movable property for a price. This price may be a payment of money, an exchange of other property, or the performance of services. The parties to a sale are the person who owns the goods and the person to whom the title is transferred. The transferor is the seller or vendor, and the transferee is the buyer or vendee. There is a Contrast between general contract Law and the law of UCC Sales In most instances, the UCC treats all buyers and sellers alike. In some cases, it treats merchants differently than it does the occasional or casual buyer or seller. The UCC recognizes that the merchant is experienced and has a special knowledge of the relevant commercial practices. An offer to buy or sell goods may be accepted in any manner and by any medium that is reasonable under the circumstances. However, if a specific manner or medium is clearly required by the terms of the offer or the circumstances of the case, the offer can only be accepted in that manner. Unless it is expressly specified that an offer to buy or sell goods must be accepted just as made, the offeree may accept an offer and at the same time propose an additional term. This is contrary to general contract law. Under general contract law, the proposed additional term would be considered a counteroffer and the original offered would be rejected. Under Article 2 of the UCC, the new term does not reject the original offer. A contract arises on the terms of the original offer, and the new term is a counteroffer. The new term does not become binding until accepted by the original offeror. If, however, the offer states that it must be accepted exactly as made, the ordinary contract law rules apply. In a transaction between merchants, the additional term becomes part of the contract if that term does not materially alter the offer and no objection is made to it. However, if such an additional term from the seller operates solely to the seller’s advantage, it is a
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  • Sales Rep Agreement - Template (V6 Independent)
    Sales Rep Agreement - Template (V6 Independent)

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    From:Avy Cohen

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    This is a great easy to use document that also accounts for selling of either good or services or both. This document is two pages and direct to the point on all key points. Again, I always encourage you to also incorporate a non disclosure agreement with any employment agreement, I have such templates in my files available for purchase separately.
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  • Sales Rep Agreement - Template (V5 Detailed)
    Sales Rep Agreement - Template (V5 Detailed)

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    From:Avy Cohen

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    This is a full blown Independent Sales Agency Agreement that covers just about everything and then the kitchen sink.
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  • Sale and Purchase
    Sale and Purchase

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    From:Tamar Rogava

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    sale
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  • Product Sales Agreement from Manufacturer to wholesaler
    Product Sales Agreement from Manufacturer to wholesaler

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    Sales Agreement--Electronics Products
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  • Master Vendor-Customer Relationship Agreement
    Master Vendor-Customer Relationship Agreement

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    Long-Form Master Agreement setting forth terms of long term Vendor-Customer Relationship. Includes shipping terms, confidentiality, payment, privacy, HIPAA, indemnification, security, statement of work, intellectual property, information privacy, travel policy
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  • Sales Agreement-Electronic Parts
    Sales Agreement-Electronic Parts

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    Sales Agreement-Electronic Parts
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  • Independent Sales Representative Agreement - Download as DOC
    Independent Sales Representative Agreement - Download as DOC

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    Independent commissioned sales representative agreement
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  • Vessel Purchase Agreement
    Vessel Purchase Agreement

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    Vessel Purchase Agreement
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