Fault Sample Clauses

Fault. If such Distribution Taxes are attributable to the Fault of one or more Parties or any of their Affiliates, the responsibility for such Distribution Taxes shall reside with the Party or Parties at Fault. If more than one Party is at Fault, the responsibility for the Distribution Taxes shall be allocated equally among all of the Parties at Fault.
Fault. 9.1 Any of the following shall be deemed a fault: (i) A Party hereto materially breaches its contract with a third party and thus causes material damage to such third party, and the situation remains unchanged for 60 days; (ii) A Party will go bankrupt.
Fault. If such Distribution Taxes are attributable to the Fault for Distribution Purposes of one or more Parties or any of their Affiliates, the responsibility for such Distribution Taxes shall reside with the Party or Parties at Fault for Distribution Purposes. If more than one Party is at Fault for Distribution Purposes, the responsibility for the Distribution Taxes shall be allocated equally among all of the Parties at Fault for Distribution Purposes. Notwithstanding anything to the contrary in this Agreement, such Distribution Taxes shall not be subject to Article III or Section 8.3.
Fault. A Fault is defined as a material defect, fault or impairment in a Managed Global Network which causes an interruption in provision of that Managed Global Network, or anything that gives rise to a request for assistance or a report, as described in this SLA.
Fault. Tracking Where the LFC has allocated an expected fault restoration time to a fault and it subsequently becomes apparent that the fault restoration time cannot be met, the LFC will advise the Service Provider of a revised fault restoration time. In that situation the Service Levels in the Service Level Terms will continue to apply to the originally notified expected restoration time, rather than the revised fault restoration time.
Fault. The situation in which during at least ten (10) consecutive seconds a Bit Error Rate (BER) occurs that exceeds 10-3 per second, pursuant to the international recommendation ITU G.826, G8010/Y.1306, G.985 involving a non-availability. A Fault does not include a Nuisance of an interruption as a result of: A Fault in the network of the Customer or in the network of a third party, Circumstances that can be attributed to the Customer, including the loss of power on the Equipment, unless the loss of power is caused by a shortcoming of Comsave, Preventative Maintenance insofar as the disruption resulting thereof does not exceed the maximum permissible maintenance period. Access The optic fibre connection to be supplied or supplied by for which the Ethernet protocol pursuant to the IEEE 802.3 or a SDH Interface is included as a standard delivery including a managed or unmanaged Ethernet switch or SDH node. Equipment cabinet Lockable cabinet on Location in which the End devices can be placed;. Availability The percentage of the total duration of use of Access measured by Comsave in one (1) year which does not involve a Fault. End devices Equipment belonging to the supplier from the Cable entry point through to the Interface installed on the Location; and exclusively the cables of the End devices to the Customer equipment. Service repair time The time measured by Comsave between the notification of the Fault by the Client and Comsave’s notification that the Fault has been resolved or the time at which Comsave tried to forward the notification to the Client. Year Contract year Cable entry point The point where the physical connection enters the Location. Customer equipment Equipment used by the Customer, installed at the Location, which is connected to the End devices by cable or otherwise. Interface The physical point supplied by Comsave (i.e. a connector) on which the Access starts and to which the Customer equipment is connected. Latency The time that lapses between the sending of a data unit from an established point to another established point in a network at IP-layer 3 level in one direction. Location A building or space used by the Client as detailed in the Agreement. Netiquette The general RFC 1855 guidelines for the use of internet connections. Delivery Comsave’s making available to the Client of an Access pursuant to the ITU recommendation G802.1, in accordance with the applicable NEN standards and operating in accordance with the Agreement. Packet loss Lo...
Fault. 4.1.1 For the purposes of this paragraph 4, a "fault" in Measurement Equipment is any failure or defect in the Measurement Equipment or its operation or other circumstance in or as a result of which the Measurement Equipment is not reading within the Permitted Range or without systematic bias.