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one who buys goods or services

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The other pearl buyers and myself, between seas, managed to get about fifteen women and children into the cabin, and battened down.
Berkemeier; buyer, Joshua Underwood; Deed; Plat of Subd NW/4 SE/4 23-6-1 PT Lot 4.
The data used for the report is an aggregation of data from responses from the 2015 through 2018 NAR Profile of Home Buyer and Sellers, totaling 22,521 responses.
The buyer has done his or her homework if they know the specifications of your used car.
But depending on whether you are a buyer or a seller, there can be certain advantages and disadvantages.
THE recession has forced the "lifestyle" buyer out of the farmland property market, according to Savills Rural Research There was a 65% increase in the volume of publicly marketed farmland in Wales during 2010 - compared to 11% across the UK as a whole - although the Llanwddyn Estate in Powys accounted for over one third of this.
With just a few weeks to go until Asia Luxury Travel Market (ALTM), PETER CONWAY, buyer manager for ALTM and the International Luxury Travel Market (ILTM), told LIZ O'REILLY how to go about securing one of those coveted hosted buyer slots
According to UCC [section][section] 2-702, 2-703 and 2-705, an unpaid seller can stop delivery of goods not yet received by a buyer that is either insolvent or has failed to timely pay its obligations to the seller.
A casual reader of the literature on buyer power can be forgiven for feeling confused about what buyer power means.
Online reverse auctions have only one buyer but many sellers.
According to the Federal Reserve System, roughly $6 trillion is due at any one point in time in outstanding payables from buyer to supplier.
To address this concern, buyers often will condition the payment of the full purchase price on the clients remaining with the buyer for a certain time period, generally between two and five years.
One Midwestern buyer says that tubing mills are not selling finished product, a further indication that the economy is softening.
The main problem with this argument is that E is comparing situations in which a reduction in value is appropriate because a willing buyer would have to assume any burden associated with the property--paying taxes, zoning costs, lack of control, lack of marketability or resale restrictions.
Reimbursables involve exchanges of goods and services in which the seller uses his or her organization's own funds and gets reimbursed by the buyer, usually through a military interdepartmental purchase request (MIPR).