Negligence Sample Clauses

Negligence. A uniform or equipment item issued or assigned to a Bargaining Unit member which is damaged, destroyed, or lost through negligence of the member shall be replaced or repaired at the member’s expense, but in an amount not to exceed thirty ($30.00) dollars per uniform item or fifty ($50.00) dollars per equipment item unless there is evidence of gross negligence.
Negligence. Loss or damage of personal property as a result of negligence by the building 16 administrator or his/her designee as determined by the appropriate administrator of the 17 Property/Casualty Loss Program within the guidelines of the current Property/Casualty liability 18 guidelines. The total liability of the Board under this section, per teacher occurrence, shall not 19 exceed six hundred dollars ($600) less any amount reimbursed by insurance. A proof of loss 20 statement, including verified replacement value, shall be provided by the teacher.
Negligence. An item of uniform, leather gear or equipment issued or assigned to a bargaining unit member which is damaged, destroyed, or lost through negligence of the member shall be replaced or repaired at the member's expense, but in an amount not to exceed $300.00 unless there is evidence of gross negligence. University Police Division vehicles are excluded from this provision.
Negligence. 11. To be responsible for all damage or waste to, or neglect of, the premises caused by Tenant or Tenant’s guests and invitees, and to be liable for any resulting property damage or injury. In addition, Tenant is liable for all breaches of this agreement caused by Tenant or their guests.
Negligence. Each party shall be responsible for its own wrongful or negligent acts or omissions or those of its officers, agents, interns, or employees to the full extent allowed by law.
Negligence. To Sponsor’s best knowledge, there has been no negligent act or omission by the Sponsor, any principal of the Sponsor, any Sponsor Affiliate or any employee of the Sponsor or Sponsor Affiliate that has a material adverse effect on the value of the Bond Mortgage.
Negligence. Any act, omission, or negligence on the part of OWNER, its employees, agents, sub lessees, invitees, and/or licensees; and/or
Negligence. We will only be liable for the proportion to which the loss or damage to the Goods is caused by or contributed to by Our negligence (including the negligence of any Subcontractor, but excluding the negligence of any Third Party Provider), and in any event that liability will be limited to $100 per item or package, or $1,000 in respect of all Goods moved or stored under this agreement (whichever is the lesser).