Alarm Systems Sample Clauses

Alarm Systems. Except to the extent that the failure of the statements set forth in clauses (A) and (B) below would not reasonably be expected to have a Material Adverse Effect, (A) all of the Alarm Systems installed by the Loan Parties that are in use and currently subject to Monitoring Contracts with the Loan Parties (or by sellers under contracts acquired by the Loan Parties) (w) are in good working order and condition (with the exception of: ordinary wear and tear, routine service needs, customer misuse, failure of a customer to report to the Borrower or any other Loan Party any problem known to the customer and customer non-use), (x) have been installed and maintained in accordance with good and workmanlike practices prevailing in the security alarm industry at the time of installation in accordance with the appropriate specifications and standards for the Borrower’s and each other Loan Party’s business and all Governmental Authorities, (y) conform in all material respects to the contracts pursuant to which they were installed such that the services provided under the Monitoring Contracts are not materially impacted and (z) to the Borrower’s and each other Loan Party’s knowledge, in no case has an installation of any such Alarm System been made which at the time of installation was in material violation of any applicable Law and (B) neither the Borrower nor any other Loan Party is aware of any material difficulty in obtaining replacement parts for the installed Alarm Systems.
Alarm Systems. Boulder Property Management will not install alarm systems for tenants, and no tenant is allowed to have an alarm installed at any time by any other party than Boulder Property Management. Tenant Date Tenant Date Tenant Date Tenant Date Boulder Property Management Corp. By: Date:
Alarm Systems. Contractor shall take all reasonable precautions to prevent the accidental or intentional activation of alarm systems located in City facilities. Contract employees will be trained on the proper usage of alarm systems located in the facilities that they clean. Training will include; location of alarm keypads, codes, and who to call if alarm malfunctions or is accidently activated. The Contractor is responsible for training those employees that on occasion must fill in for the employee normally assigned to a facility that has an alarm. In order to encourage the Contractor’s compliance with this clause, the City will assess the Contractor with a One Hundred Dollar ($100.00) charge per occasion when the Contractor or a Contractor’s employee activates an alarm.
Alarm Systems. (a) All of the alarm systems designed, installed, repaired, partially installed, or installed by Protective prior to the Closing Date, and each supervisory alarm panel owned or operated by Protective as of the Closing Date, has been, and will, as of the Closing Date, (where applicable) be in good working order and condition, ordinary wear and tear, routine service needs, subscriber negligence or mis-use and subscriber non-use excepted, and (where applicable) will have been installed and serviced in accordance with good and workmanlike practices prevailing in the security alarm industry in the locality where the installation is located at the time of installation or service, and with respect to those alarm systems and panels where applicable, substantially in accordance with the specifications or standards of the Insurance Services Office, Underwriters Laboratories, Factory Mutual Insurance Company, local authorities which are applicable to the system and, to the best of Xxxxxx'x knowledge, in substantial compliance with applicable local telephone operating requirements. Substantially all alarm systems installed or partially installed prior to the Closing Date will conform in all material respects to the contracts pursuant to which they were installed and no installation, repair or partial installation will have been made by Protective which was in material violation of any material applicable law, code or regulation when, repaired or installed.
Alarm Systems. (i) To the best knowledge of Seller, except as disclosed in Schedule 2.1(m) attached hereto, all of the alarm systems included among the Acquired Assets are in good working order and condition, and have been installed and maintained in accordance with all applicable requirements of law and good workmanlike practices prevailing in the industry at the time of installation and maintenance. To the best knowledge of Seller, all requests for service or repairs in the Ordinary Course of Business have been performed and conform in all material respects to the Customer Contracts pursuant to which they were installed.
Alarm Systems. All of the customers’ alarm systems are in good working order and condition and have been installed and operated in accordance with all applicable rules, standards and regulations; and none of such alarm systems have a history of excessive false alarms.
Alarm Systems. Approval of any alarm systems must be received from Landlord and Owner prior to installation. Tenant agrees to provide Landlord and Owner instructions on how to disarm and the code for such alarm in case of emergency entry. Tenant is financially responsible for all installation and material costs and any 3rd Party Monitoring costs. Ownership of any such alarm system shall remain property of the Owner at termination of lease.
Alarm Systems. To Seller's Knowledge, each of the alarm systems installed or serviced by Seller pursuant to Customer Contracts, and all alarm systems owned by Seller are in good working order and condition (except to the extent not in such order and condition and not reported as such by the subscriber to Seller and to the extent requiring services and repairs in the Ordinary Course of Business), and have been installed and maintained in accordance with good and workmanlike practices and with respect to those alarm systems and panels where applicable, substantially in accordance with the specifications or standards of the Insurance Services Offices, Underwriters Laboratories, Factory Mutual Insurance Company and local authorities. No such installation or maintenance has been performed in violation of any applicable statute, law, code or regulation.
Alarm Systems. (a) To the knowledge of Seller, all of the alarm systems in which the protective devices are leased by Seller to the Subscribers are in good working order and condition, ordinary wear and tear, routine service needs and Subscriber misuse or non-use excepted. The alarm system equipment installed by Seller for such alarm systems was installed in accordance with practices prevailing in the industry at the time of installation. All alarm systems and equipment installed by Seller conform in all material respects to the Subscriber Contract pursuant to which it was installed, and complied in all material respects with applicable laws, rules, regulations and codes at the time of its installation. To the knowledge of Seller, a substantial portion of the alarm system equipment installed by predecessors-in-interest of Seller for such alarm systems was installed in accordance with practices prevailing in the industry at the time of the installation. To the knowledge of Seller the alarm systems equipment installed by predecessors-in-interest of Seller conform in all material 12 respects to the Subscriber Contract pursuant to which it was installed, and complied in all material respects with applicable laws, rules, regulations and codes at the time of their installation.