Wear and Tear. Buyer specifically acknowledges that Seller will continue to use the Property in the course of its business and accepts the fact that reasonable wear and tear will occur after the date of this Agreement. Buyer specifically agrees that Seller is not responsible for repairing such reasonable wear and tear and that Buyer is prohibited from raising such wear and tear as a reason for not consummating this transaction or for requesting a reduction in the Exchange Value.
Wear and Tear. It is a fundamental premise of this agreement that the limited curtailment expected to be required from this agreement will not cause excess wear and tear on the Project. Project Owner agrees that it is responsible for any damage or wear and tear to the turbines as a result of curtailment (as defined in Section 2.G) pursuant to this agreement.
Wear and Tear. 4. Failures, breakdowns or breakages of mechanical, electrical, electronic or computer equipment
Wear and Tear. This includes damage caused by marring or scratching, deterioration, hidden or latent defect or any quality in property that causes it to damage or destroy itself, mechanical breakdown, rust, wet or dry rot, corrosion, mold, contamination or smog. But, if loss or damage is caused by covered causes of loss, or building glass breakage results, we will pay for that resulting loss or damage.