- Can I sell something that says not for resale?
- Is not for resale legally binding?
- What does not for resale mean?
- What is labeled for resale?
- Is it illegal to resell items?
- What is it called when you sell something for more than you bought it for?
- Can a company stop you from selling their products?
- Can I repackage a product and sell it?
- Can you use licensed fabric for resale?
- Can I sell a game that says not for resale?
- What are sales for resale?
- What is considered resale?
- Is it illegal to sell multipack cans individually?
- What does not labeled for retail sale mean?
- Can I sell branded products on my website?
Generally, it’s not illegal to resell an item that you have legitimately purchased.
Once you have purchased something at retail it is yours to do with as you choose.
Can I sell something that says not for resale?
It is perfectly legal to sell something marked “not for resale”. Unless you have a contract with the entity that sold that item to you where you previously agreed in writing NOT to resell it. In that case, it’s the contract where you said you wouldn’t that makes it illegal to sell.
Is not for resale legally binding?
“Not for resale” is not legally binding unless you have a contract with the manufacturer. If you donate “Not for resale” items to a charity – what will they do with the item… resell it.
What does not for resale mean?
Not for resale (NFR) is a designation for products that vendors give to their channel partners for testing and educational purposes with the understanding that the channel partner will not resell those products.
What is labeled for resale?
A product you buy in a multipack at Costco marked, usually, “not labelled for individual sale” just means that the manufacturer has not provided the mandated labeling on the individual packages, so that commercial resale of those individual packages as-is would violate the law.
Is it illegal to resell items?
Generally, it’s not illegal to resell an item that you have legitimately purchased. Once you have purchased something at retail it is yours to do with as you choose. Manufacturers tend to have little or no control over a product past the first customer they sell to. Third, there are sales tax issues.
What is it called when you sell something for more than you bought it for?
arbitrage. “Buy low, sell high” is the mantra of the stock market.
Can a company stop you from selling their products?
Yes, a company can make you stop selling their products as “NEW”. You do have the right in America to sell used items that you no longer want. No need to write them back.
Can I repackage a product and sell it?
Unless you have a written agreement with the original manufacturer to repackage and rebrand their product, the answer is yes on both counts. Most manufacturers take a very dim view of such practices and will usually press legal action if you are caught. The resulting financial penalties can be severe.
Can you use licensed fabric for resale?
Actually, using the fabric to create items for resale is illegal without proper licensing from the company. I teach sewing using commercial patterns and fabrics but am only able to get away with doing so because the patterns and fabrics are bought by the student for home use only.
Can I sell a game that says not for resale?
The whole “Not for resale” thing just means that stores need to keep the product together with whatever it was packaged with. You can sell it, or give it to someone else to resell as used product. If you’re giving a game from any stores brand new by itself and it has “not for resale” on it, then they’re in the wrong.
What are sales for resale?
“Sale for resale” means the sale of tangible personal property to a buyer whose principal business is the resale of the property whether in the same or an altered form and who holds a valid resale certificate issued by the city and borough of Juneau.
What is considered resale?
A category of finished items that are sold to a retailer by a manufacturer or distributer and are eventually intended to be sold to consumers for profit. This is an important distinction because any sales tax paid by the retailer for these goods is considered a cost of doing business and can qualify as a tax reduction.
Is it illegal to sell multipack cans individually?
It is not illegal to sell a split multi-pack – the manufacturers label it this way to deter retailers from splitting special-offer multipacks that are heavily discounted by the manufacturer and then re-selling them at full price as single cans.
What does not labeled for retail sale mean?
TIL “Not labeled for individual sale” means the package does not have the proper nutritional labeling requirements NOT that it is illegal to be sold individually. fda.gov/iceci/ 88% Upvoted. This thread is archived.
Can I sell branded products on my website?
Is it legal to sell branded products on your own website? Generally, it’s not illegal to resell an item that you have legitimately purchased. If you’re using manufacturers’ logos to advertise the products you’re reselling, you need their permission.