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English definition of “conditions of sale”

conditions of sale

noun [plural]
 
 
COMMERCE arrangements for a sale that are stated by the person or company selling 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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