Equipment Sample Clauses

Equipment. 2 A. Unless otherwise specified in writing by ADMINISTRATOR, Equipment is defined as all 3 property of a Relatively Permanent nature with significant value, purchased in whole or in part by 4 ADMINISTRATOR to assist in performing the services described in this Agreement. “Relatively 5 Permanent” is defined as having a useful life of one year or longer. Equipment which costs $5,000 or 6 over, including freight charges, sales taxes, and other taxes, and installation costs are defined as Capital 7 Assets. Equipment which costs between $600 and $5,000, including freight charges, sales taxes and 8 other taxes, and installation costs, or electronic equipment that costs less than $600 but may contained 9 PHI or PII, are defined as Controlled Equipment. Controlled Equipment includes, but is not limited to 10 phones, tablets, audio/visual equipment, computer equipment, and lab equipment. The cost of
Equipment. All of the Equipment is used or held for use in Borrower's business and is fit for such purposes.
Equipment. Equipment is defined as tangible personal property having a useful lifetime of more than one year and a per-unit acquisition cost that exceeds $5,000 or more. Grantee will:
Equipment. All "equipment," as such term is defined in Article 9 of the Uniform Commercial Code, now owned or hereafter acquired by Borrower, which is used at or in connection with the Improvements or the Land or is located thereon or therein (including, but not limited to, all machinery, equipment, furnishings, and electronic data-processing and other office equipment now owned or hereafter acquired by Borrower and any and all additions, substitutions and replacements of any of the foregoing), together with all attachments, components, parts, equipment and accessories installed thereon or affixed thereto (collectively, the "EQUIPMENT"). Notwithstanding the foregoing, Equipment shall not include any property belonging to tenants under leases except to the extent that Borrower shall have any right or interest therein;
Equipment. 9 17.1 All items purchased with funds provided under this Agreement, or 10 which are furnished to CONTRACTOR by COUNTY, which have a single unit cost of 11 at least five thousand dollars ($5,000), including sales tax, shall be 12 considered Capital Equipment. Title to all Capital Equipment shall, upon 13 purchase, vest and remain in COUNTY. The use of such items of Capital 14 Equipment is limited to the performance of this Agreement. Upon the 15 termination of this Agreement, CONTRACTOR shall immediately return any items 16 of Capital Equipment to COUNTY or its representatives, or dispose of them in 17 accordance with the directions of ADMINISTRATOR.
Equipment. The Grantor shall promptly inform the Lender of any additions to or deletions from the Equipment which individually exceed $50,000. The Grantor shall not permit any Equipment to become a fixture with respect to real property or to become an accession with respect to other personal property with respect to which real or personal property the Lender does not have a Lien. The Grantor will not, without the Lender’s prior written consent, alter or remove any identifying symbol or number on any of the Grantor’s Equipment constituting Collateral.
Equipment. A. Concessionaire shall be solely responsible for maintaining all State-owned equipment installed on the Concession Premises for use by Concessionaire. Department shall not be responsible for the damage, loss, or maintenance of any equipment installed by Concessionaire. Concessionaire shall obtain written approval from Department prior to installation of any of Concessionaire’s equipment on the Concession Premises.
Equipment. The Equipment is in good operating condition and repair, and all necessary replacements of and repairs thereto shall be made so that the value and operating efficiency of the Equipment shall be maintained and preserved, reasonable wear and tear excepted. Borrower will not permit any of the Equipment to become affixed to any real Property leased to Borrower so that an interest arises therein under the real estate laws of the applicable jurisdiction unless the landlord of such real Property has executed a landlord waiver or leasehold mortgage in favor of and in form acceptable to Lender, and Borrower will not permit any of the Equipment to become an accession to any personal Property other than Equipment that is subject to first-priority (except for Permitted Liens) Liens in favor of Lender.