Conditional Sales Contract Financial Glossary

What is it? The Seller sells the asset and transfers possession to the Purchaser, but retains title to the asset until the Purchaser has fully paid for it. In other words, a contract for a sale where the customer pays for his purchase in installment payments rather than all at once.

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