Adverse Environmental Condition definition

Adverse Environmental Condition shall refer to (i) the existence or the continuation of the existence, of an Environmental Emission (including, without limitation, a sudden or non-sudden accidental or non-accidental Environmental Emission), of, or exposure to, any substance, chemical, material, pollutant, Contaminant, odor or audible noise or other release or emission in, into or onto the environment (including, without limitation, the air, ground, water or any surface) at, in, by, from or related to any Equipment, (ii) the environmental aspect of the transportation, storage, treatment or disposal of materials in connection with the operation of any Equipment or (iii) the violation, or alleged violation of any statutes, ordinances, orders, rules regulations, permits or licenses of, by or from any governmental authority, agency or court relating to environmental matters connected with any Equipment.
Adverse Environmental Condition means any of the matters referred to in clauses (i) or (ii) of the definition of Environmental Claim.
Adverse Environmental Condition shall refer to (i) the existence or the continuation of the existence, of an Environmental Emission (including, without limitation, a sudden or non-sudden accidental or non-accidental Environmental Emission), of, or exposure to, any Contaminant, odor or audible noise in violation of any Applicable Environmental Law, at, in, by, from or related to any Equipment, (ii) the environmental aspect of the transportation, storage, treatment or disposal of materials in connection with the operation of any Equipment in violation of any Applicable Environmental Law, or (iii) the violation, or alleged violation, of any Environmental Law connected with any Equipment.

Examples of Adverse Environmental Condition in a sentence

  • Buyer shall have the option, in its sole discretion, to notify Seller in writing of any Adverse Environmental Condition it discovers with respect to the Property on or before December 20, 2016 (the “Environmental Claim Date”).

  • If a Defect is an Adverse Environmental Condition, then the Defect Value thereof shall be the costs and expenses reasonably necessary to remediate such Adverse Environmental Condition.

  • In particular in repairable inventory systems, such misalignments are realistic 46 Chapter 3.

  • Lessor agrees to fully indemnify, protect, defend and hold Lessee, its successors and assigns, harmless from and against any and all claims for damage, loss or liability, including reasonable attorney fees, as a result of any discovery of Hazardous Materials on the Property or other Adverse Environment Condition unless Lessee contributed to the presence of the Hazardous Materials or caused the Adverse Environmental Condition.

  • The formation of joints shall be made ensuring a continuous bond between the courses and to obtain the required density.


More Definitions of Adverse Environmental Condition

Adverse Environmental Condition means (i) the existence or the continuation of the existence of an Environmental Contamination (including, without limitation, a sudden or non-sudden accidental or non-accidental Environmental Contamination), or exposure to any substance, chemical, material, pollutant, Hazardous Substance, odor or audible noise or other release or emission in, into or onto the environment (including without limitation, the air, ground, water or any surface) at, in, by, from or related to any Collateral, (ii) the environmental aspect of the transportation, storage, treatment or disposal of materials in connection with the operation of any Collateral, or (iii) the violation, or alleged violation, of any Environmental Law, permits or licenses of, by or from any governmental authority, agency or court relating to environmental matters connected with any of the Collateral.
Adverse Environmental Condition means, with respect to any of the Timberlands, the existence of an Environmental Matter.
Adverse Environmental Condition has the meaning set forth in Section 6.3(c).
Adverse Environmental Condition means any condition of the Assets which is not in compliance with applicable Environmental Law.
Adverse Environmental Condition means, with respect to the Assets, any violation of Environmental Laws; any condition that is required to be remediated or cured under applicable Environmental Laws; the failure to remediate or cure any condition that is required to be remediated or cured under applicable Environmental Laws; or any actual or threatened claim, action or proceeding by or before any Governmental Authority or other Person alleging potential liability arising out of or resulting from any actual or alleged violation of, or any remedial obligation under, any Environmental Laws.
Adverse Environmental Condition means any condition, occurrence, event or activity on or attributable to, related to or incurred with respect to the ownership, operation or use of the Purchased Assets to the extent that the same (i) constitutes a violation of applicable Environmental Laws or (ii) requires remediation or corrective action pursuant to applicable Environmental Laws.
Adverse Environmental Condition means any violation of Environmental Laws applicable to the Properties including, without limitation, contamination or condition exceeding regulatory limits and not otherwise authorized by permit or law, resulting from any discharge, release, production, storage, treatment, seepage, escape, leakage, emission, emptying, leaching or any other activities on, in or from any Property, or the migration or transportation from other lands to any Property, of any wastes, pollutants, contaminants, hazardous materials or other materials or substances subject to regulation relating to the protection of the environment that require remediation pursuant to any current federal, state or local laws or statutes, including Environmental Laws. Neither the foregoing definition nor any provision of this Agreement that incorporates this defined term shall abrogate or limit Buyer’s indemnity and hold harmless obligations under Article 14.