Leased Equipment Sample Clauses

Leased Equipment. Schedule 3.16(h) hereto contains a list of all leases or other agreements, whether written or oral, under which the Corporation is lessee of or holds or operates any items of machinery, equipment, motor vehicles, furniture and fixtures or other property (other than real property) owned by any third party (collectively, the "LEASED EQUIPMENT").
Leased Equipment. The risk of loss or damage to leased equipment, goods or property shall not transfer to the University except as provided in §680.219, Florida Statutes. Any security interest in the leased equipment, goods or property granted to the Contractor contrary to AGO 79-72 and AGO 80-9 is null and void. Limitations of remedies provisions, which are unconscionable under applicable Florida law, are void. MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET (MSDS). In compliance with Florida Statutes, Ch. 442, a Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) must accompany any applicable item delivered under this Agreement.
Leased Equipment. The risk of loss or damage to leased equipment, goods or property shall not transfer to the University except as provided in §680.219, Florida Statutes. Any security interest in the leased equipment, goods or property granted to the Contractor contrary to AGO 79-72 and AGO 80-9 is null and void. Limitations of remedies provisions, which are unconscionable under applicable Florida law, are void.
Leased Equipment. Leased Equipment from dishNET: (i) the Equipment is dishNET’s property and you may not assign, rent, or transfer the Equipment or your rights or duties under this Agreement to another without dishNET’s prior written consent; (ii) you agree not to mishandle, abuse, misuse or improperly store or operate the Equipment, including, without limitation, using the Equipment with equipment electrically or mechanically incompatible with, or of inferior quality to, it; and (iii) you agree if the Equipment is damaged by you and/or non-operational or malfunctioning for reasons other than a manufacturing defect at anytime during the term of this Agreement or upon termination of this Agreement, dishNET may charge you for its full retail cost, not to exceed $99 (the “Equipment Charge”). dishNET does not refund or credit leases, so please call dishNET immediately at 1.800.333.3474 if your leased Equipment is not working properly for replacement Equipment. Lease payments are due for every month you lease the Equipment and lease payments do not count towards a purchase of the Equipment.
Leased Equipment. The NPC Personal Property shall not include the equipment listed or described on Schedule 2.2, which is leased by NPC pursuant to lease agreements with third parties. Notwithstanding the foregoing, NPC will assign and transfer to PH all of NPC's right, title and interest in and to, and PH will assume and will agree to faithfully perform, pay and discharge when due all of the terms, covenants, liabilities and obligations of NPC under each equipment lease (collectively, the "NPC Equipment Leases") with respect to leased equipment located in the NPC Restaurants (collectively, the "NPC Leased Equipment"). PH will have 90 days after the Closing Date to review any non-readily terminable NPC Equipment Leases which NPC may assign and transfer, and NPC agrees to assume and may terminate those NPC Equipment Leases rejected by PH in writing within such 90 day period. Notwithstanding the foregoing, PH agrees to perform the obligations arising under the NPC Equipment Leases for at least 90 days following the Closing Date, if not terminable sooner, and for the entire term of the NPC Equipment Leases if such NPC Equipment Leases are not terminated or put back to NPC within the allotted 90 days.
Leased Equipment. O-29.1 If the Company uses leased buses other than its own and is unable to secure such equipment without taking the operators of the lesser, such rentals shall be conducted by the regular operator or properly assigned spare board operator. In instances where the rental is not conducted, the lost miles will be paid to the first (1st) up qualified spare board operator on the spare board with hours to drive the assignment from the board where the rental originates. If no operators are available at the originating Board payment will be made to the first (1st) up qualified spare board operator on the nearest spare board with hours to drive the assignment. In accordance with the scheduled time of the assignment the leased bus is operating, operators will not be entitled to a second (2nd) claim during the time the first (1st) rental would still be working but will remain qualified to take a driving assignment. If there are not enough spare operators available when multiple rentals are leased, the above order will apply to the nearest spare board. O-29.2 When rental or conducting assignments are to be implemented, the Company will assign the rental tickets to the first (1st) up qualified operator as per clause O-29.2 board who did not operate the schedule from which the rental coach originated. Rental coaches will be recorded as the last overload section on any schedule unless used with a conducting Operator. O-29.3 Operators who have a book off will not be entitled to any claims under this article nor will any operator have a claim if the regular operator on that particular run is conducting on the leased equipment. O-29.4 The Company will supply the Union with a list of all leased equipment within seven (7) days the leased equipment was used. The list will show the date, departure time and location, arrival time and location, lessor's name and name of the operator paid or, is entitled to the claim.
Leased Equipment. Schedule 3.12 attached hereto sets forth a true and substantially complete list of all equipment, other personal property and fixtures in the possession or custody of Cable Systems and/or the Subsidiaries of Cable Systems, which, as of May 15, 1999, is leased or held under license or similar arrangement and of the leases, licenses, agreements and other documentation relating thereto. Additional equipment has been or may be leased in the ordinary course of business after May 15, 1999.
Leased Equipment. FGT does hereby lease the Compressor Motor Facilities to ECS, and ECS does hereby lease the Compressor Motor Facilities from FGT, for the term set forth herein, together with all rights, privileges, and appurtenances specifically belong to or appertaining to the Compressor Motor Facilities, all subject to and as modified, restricted or extended pursuant to the terms of this Lease.