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conditions of salenoun [plural]

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COMMERCE arrangements for a ​sale that are ​stated by the ​person or ​companyselling the ​goods and which the ​buyer must ​agree to, for ​example, when ​payment must be made, how ​goods will be ​delivered, etc.: Contracts and ​orders are ​accepted only ​subject to the Seller's General Conditions of Sale as set out below.
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