A sale at second hand, or at retail; also, a second sale.
Sale of telecommunications services purchased from another carrier. See Reseller and Resale Carrier.
the selling of something purchased
means Goods that will be purchased by a department and resold as-is. In the case of food, items that are bought and re-sold without being altered are Resale items; items that are cut up, cooked, or otherwise processed before being re-sold are not Resale items.
Gas customers who are either utilities or municipal entities who resell gas to end-use customers.
When the timeshare woner no longer need or want there unit the may resell it.
The sale of a unit by a developer or subsequent purchaser after the issuance of the Certificate of Statutory Completion and the Subsidiary Strata Certificates of Title or the Certificates of Title for all the units in the development.
Refers to a timeshare interval that an owner, resort, or agent is selling after being originally sold during the initial sales at that resort.
The purchase of an existing, previously owned home. A resale transaction is substantially more involved than the purchase of a new home, as a resale home carries a history of ownership that must be reviewed by your lawyer.
The secondary sale or lease of telecommunications services originally purchased --generally at bulk discount rates -- from a carrier.
A timeshare property being advertised for sale after it was originally purchased from a resort developer during the initial sales at that resort.
An arrangement in which a carrier sells telecommunications services to another carrier that does not own transmission facilities. The buying carrier then resells the services to the public for profit.
A CLEC buys services from an ILEC and resells the services over the ILEC's facilities (opposite of facilities-based).
the offering to users or customers for profit of telecommunication services obtained from another telecommunication service provider;
A timeshare for sale, on the market after the initial purchase from a timeshare resort developer.
The service offered by an entity that does not own and operate its own facilities (plant). This provider will purchase services from another vendor at a reduced rate, add a margin and sell the service to end users. This provider then assumes the responsibility for customer service on sales, repair and billing applications. In some cases, these providers use third party vendors to fulfill these fuctions.