Stoppage

  • 41 stoppage in transit — stopping goods in the course of their delivery at a distance. When the buyer of goods becomes insolvent, an unpaid seller who has parted with the possession of the goods has the right of stopping them in transit, that is to say, he may resume… …

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  • 42 stoppage in transitu — UK US noun [U] LAW, COMMERCE ► STOPPAGE IN TRANSIT(Cf. ↑stoppage in transit) …

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  • 43 stoppage in transitu — stop·page in tran·si·tu / stä pij ˌin tran zə ˌtü, tran sə , ˌtyü/ n [Latin in transitu in passing from one place to another]: the right of a seller of goods to stop them on their way to the buyer and resume possession of them (as on discovery of …

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  • 44 stoppage of use — index desuetude Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 45 stoppage of work — index lockout Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 46 Stoppage à la source — ● Stoppage à la source synonyme de retenue à la source …

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  • 47 stoppage time — stoppage ,time noun uncount a period of time added to the end of some games such as soccer because of time that was lost in the game when someone was injured: INJURY TIME …

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  • 48 stoppage time — noun (sport) Additional time allowed for play to compensate for time lost in dealing with injuries and other interruptions • • • Main Entry: ↑stop …

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  • 49 stoppage in transit — /stopsj in traenzit/ The act by which the unpaid vendor of goods stops their progress and resumes possession of them, while they are in course of transit from him to the purchaser, and not yet actually delivered to the latter. The right of… …

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  • 50 stoppage of work — A cessation of the work and operations in a place of employment. The phrase, as used in the amended provision of the Unemployment Compensation Act disqualifying an employee for benefits for unemployment due to a stoppage of work existing because… …

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  • 51 stoppage in transitu — A remedy available to an unpaid seller of goods when the buyer has become insolvent and the goods are still in course of transit. If the seller gives notice of stoppage to the carrier or other bailee of the goods, the seller is entitled to have… …

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  • 52 stoppage time — noun The same as injury time …

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  • 53 stoppage time — noun another term for injury time …

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  • 54 stoppage in transit — /ˌstɒpɪdʒ ɪn trænzɪt/ noun the legal right of sellers to stop delivery of goods that are in transit if they have reason to believe customers will not pay for them owing to insolvency …

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  • 55 stoppage in transitu — A right which a seller of goods on credit has to recall them or retake them while they are in the possession of a carrier or other middleman who received them for delivery to the buyer, on the discovery of the insolvency of the buyer. 46 Am J1st… …

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  • 56 stoppage at source — the levying of taxes on the thing sought to be taxed (as income) at its source rather than on the person who receives the benefit or substance of it called also collection at source; compare withholding tax …

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  • 57 stoppage in transitu — the right of a seller of goods to stop them while on their way to the buyer and resume possession of them (as on discovery of the buyer s insolvency) …

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  • 58 work stoppage — n: a cessation of work by employees as a job action ◇ Work stoppage is often used to refer to a cessation of work that is less serious and more spontaneous than one referred to as a strike. As used in the Labor Management Relations Act strike… …

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  • 59 work stoppage — noun a group s refusal to work in protest against low pay or bad work conditions the strike lasted more than a month before it was settled • Syn: ↑strike • Derivationally related forms: ↑strike (for: ↑strike) • …

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  • 60 Right of stoppage in transĭtu — (engl., spr. rait ŏw stóppĕdsch), s. Droit de suite …

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