Defective Sample Clauses

Defective. 1. The word “defective,” when modifying the word “Work,” refers to Work that is unsatisfactory, faulty, or deficient in that it:
Defective. A defective Peach Pass due to a manufacturing defect shall be replaced at no cost to you only when returned to the Customer Service Center within 30 days of your receipt of the Peach Pass. In the event of a malfunction of the Peach Pass, you must immediately discontinue use of the Peach Pass, the Toll Facilities, and contact the Customer Service Center. Where malfunction occurs, the Peach Pass shall be deactivated and the terms for deactivation as described in Section 16.1 of this Agreement shall apply. Costs related to mailing the Peach Pass to the Customer Service Center are your responsibility. SRTA may require delivery confirmation in the event the Peach Pass is not received. You remain responsible for any and all Toll Violations and/or Traffic Citations issued as a result of any attempt to use a malfunctioning and/or defective Peach Pass to pay tolls. You are responsible for the cost to replace a Peach Pass if the Peach Pass is damaged. For purposes of this Agreement, damage is defined as the rendering of the Peach Pass defective or inoperable due to tampering, abuse, improper use, defacement, or accidental destruction. For example, removal of or attempts to remove a Peach Pass from the Vehicle windshield will damage the Peach Pass and render it inoperable.
Defective. – An adjective which when modifying the terms Construction or Work refers to Construction or Work that is delayed, unsatisfactory, faulty or deficient, in that it does not conform to the Contract Documents, or does not meet the requirements of any inspection, reference standard, test, or approval referred to in the Contract Documents, or has been damaged prior to County's final payment (unless responsibility for the protection thereof has been assumed by County as of the time of damage pursuant to the terms and conditions of the Contract Documents).
Defective. Defective is an adjective which refers to Work that is faulty, deficient or otherwise does not conform to the Final Construction Documents or the requirements of this Contract.
Defective. A sewer pipe is considered to be "Significantly Defective" for purposes of this Agreement if the pipe's condition receives a structural grade of five (5) based on the PACP rating system. The PACP assigns grades based on the significance of the defect, extent of damage, percentage of flow capacity restriction, andlor the amount of pipe wall loss due to deterioration. Grades are assigned as follows: 5 - Most significant defect 4 - Significant defect 3 - Moderate defect 2 - Minor to moderate defect 1 - Minor defect
Defective. An adjective which when modifying the work, refers to work that is unsatisfactory, faulty or deficient, or does not conform to the contract documents or does not meet the requirements of an inspection, test or approval referred to in the contract documents, or has been damaged prior to the engineer's recommendation of final payment. Drawings - The drawings which show the character and scope of the work to be performed and which have been prepared or approved by the engineer and are referred to in the contract documents.
Defective. – an adjective which when modifying the words Work, Equipment, Materials, or Services refers to Work, Equipment, Materials, or Services which are unsatisfactory, faulty, or deficient, or do not conform to the Contract Documents, or do not meet the requirements of any inspection reference standard, test or approval referred to in the Contract Documents.
Defective the TSO, DSO and /or Combined Operator shall cover the expenses during the performance of the testing; or
Defective components will be expeditiously returned to LMI for verification of the failure. Upon verification that the failure is covered under the warranty LMI at its cost agrees to replace the failed unit within thirty (30) days after receipt of the failed unit or Gulfstream may invoice LMI for the actual purchase price of the unit plus a * (* %) percent handling fee. In the event that the component is not verified as a warranty failure, Gulfstream shall compensate LMI within thirty (30) days, as mutually agreed, based on the following options: