Deterioration Sample Clauses

Deterioration. Despite any rule of Law to the contrary:
Deterioration. Lender reasonably determines that the condition of the Property has materially deteriorated.
Deterioration. 9. Immediately to notify the Landlord of any deterioration of the Property or of the Fixtures, Fittings, Furnishings and Effects whatever may be the cause thereof. Activities
Deterioration. Repairs, work required or parts exposed as the result of age, storage, weathering, lack of use, demonstration use, or for transportation of corrosive chemicals.
Deterioration. Not all relationships deteriorate, but those that do tend to show signs of trouble. Boredom, resentment, and dissatisfaction may occur, and individuals may communicate less and avoidself-disclosure. Loss of trust and betrayals may take place as the downward spiral continues, eventually ending the relationship. (Alternately, the participants may find some way to resolve the problems and reestablish trust.)
Deterioration. The Customer will be responsible for any damage caused by him or by the people with him in the car (except the Driver) or the Passenger (s) during the Service, inside the Car, and will be invoiced accordingly for any repairs or repairs necessary to restore the Car to good working order and / or cleanliness and / or presentation.
Deterioration. The Occupant understands that storing an empty spa for more than two (2) months is not recommended due to natural deterioration. The Occupant acknowledges that the Company is not responsible for any natural occurrence that could happen to the spa including non-working equipment (Pumps, Heaters, Electrical Components), leaking pipes, rotting wood, etc.
Deterioration. Immediately to notify the Landlord of any deterioration of the Property or of the Fixtures, Fittings, Furnishings and Effects what ever the cause maybe. Failure to report deterioration may result in the tenant being found partially responsible or completely responsible for any damage caused by late notification.
Deterioration. 10.1 The Supplier shall protect any item of Work or part thereof that might deteriorate during transportation, storage or installation.
Deterioration. TMCC reasonably determines that the condition of any material portion of the Collateral has deteriorated to such a degree that it impairs the security of TMCC therein.