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    Hi,

    could you please tell me what "remove" means in the following text:

    1) The purchaser may not modify, sell or otherwise remove, dispose or grant to a third party any interest in the goods and shall maintain the goods in good condition.
    2) If the above-mentioned requirement is not complied with after a period of 5 days, the contractor may repossess the goods and remove, use or dispose of them, and for this purpose may enter the premises of the purchaser.

    Thanks a lot!

    Hanka

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    Re: remove

    Quote Originally Posted by Hanka View Post
    Hi,

    could you please tell me what "remove" means in the following text:

    1) The purchaser may not modify, sell or otherwise remove, dispose or grant to a third party any interest in the goods and shall maintain the goods in good condition.

    'Remove' acts as a kind of placeholder here (see the listing 'modify, sell or otherwise remove') 'Remove' may include any kind of involving a third party eg. by selling the goods to them, which would be a breach of contract.

    2) If the above-mentioned requirement is not complied with after a period of 5 days, the contractor may repossess the goods and remove, use or dispose of them, and for this purpose may enter the premises of the purchaser.

    In the above-mentioned case, the contractor is allowed to remove the goods from the purchaser's premises. He may take them back, so that the purchaser is no longer in possession of them.


    Thanks a lot!

    Hanka

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    Re: remove

    'remove' : if the goods were sold, then obviously they would be removed. But the person might 'borrow' some equipment to use at home, short or long term.

    The contract is covering all contingencies, and here 'remove' refers to the physical act of taking the object off the premises PERIOD.

    He cannot sell it, take it off the premises, or throw it in the garbage etc(=otherwise dispose of)
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    can he 'grant any other person an interest it' eg he can't, say, rent it (for use on the premises) to others. OR if this is a lease, when the lease is up, make some arrangement with another person about it, since when the lease is up, the person himself must pay the 'pay out figure' or surrender it to the company.

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