Adverse Ground Conditions definition

Adverse Ground Conditions means any site conditions or ground conditions (including archaeological remains, apparatus belonging to a third party, unexploded ordnance and contamination) which prevent or delay the carrying out of the IDNO’s Works or which render them more expensive to carry out.
Adverse Ground Conditions means any ground conditions (including archaeological remains apparatus belonging to a third party, unexploded ordnance and contamination) which prevent or delay the carrying out of the Works or which render them more expensive to carry out;“Act”means the Electricity Act 1989;“Change of Law”means the coming into force after the date of the Letter of any Act of Parliament and any Legislation made under it, any judgement of the Court that changes binding precedent and any guidance, designation, direction or instruction of any competent authority with which the DNO is bound to or requested to comply;“Capacity”means the maximum flow of electricity expressed in kilovolt amperes that may flow from the Distribution System: (a) into your Site;(b) into each Premises connected thereto where the Works provide for more than one Premises to be connected;(c) through more than one connection to the Premises where the Works provide for more than one connection to the Premises.“Consents”means any permissions, consent, approval or licence statutory or otherwise that is required to carry out the Works or Your Works;"Costs"means all expenses and costs incurred including attributable overheads;"Distribution System"means the system for the distribution of electricity belonging to the DNO;“Diversionary Works”means those elements of the Works identified as such in the Letter;“The DNO”means the Distribution System owner identified in the Letter;“Energisation”means the first occasion of the operation of any switchgear or the insertion of any fuse or the taking of any other step so as to enable an electrical current to flow to or from the Distribution System, via Your Works;“Exchange Rate”means the exchange rate between £ sterling and the currency in which the DNO is required to pay for the goods and/or services comprised in or required for the Works and includes any charge made by a bank for effecting or receiving the transfer or changing of such currency;“Full Title Guarantee”means the covenant for title implied by section 3 (1) of the Law of Property (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 1994 save that the words “other than any changes encumbrances or rights which that person does not or could notreasonably be expected to know about” shall be deleted in their entirety;

Examples of Adverse Ground Conditions in a sentence

The DNO shall, subject to the provisions of the Notice, design, supply, and execute the Works with reasonable skill and care but such duty does not extend to determining the existence of Adverse Ground Conditions.

The DNO shall, subject to the provisions of the Notice, design, supply and execute the Works with reasonable skill and care but such duty does not extend to determining the existence of Adverse Ground Conditions.

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Related to Adverse Ground Conditions

Specified Conditions means, in respect of any transaction, each of the following:
Poor foundation conditions means those areas where features exist which indicate that a natural or human-induced event may result in inadequate foundation support for the structural components of an MSWLF unit.
Business Condition means the current business, financial condition, results of operations and assets of a corporate entity.
Product Conditions means these product terms and conditions. These Product Conditions apply to each series of cash settled Warrants over single equities;
Pre-Closing Environmental Liabilities means Liabilities arising out of (a) the ownership or operation of the Business at any time on or prior to the Closing or (b) the ownership, operation or condition of the Real Property or any other real property currently or formerly owned, operated or leased by Seller Related to the Business at any time on or prior to the Closing, in each case to the extent based upon or arising out of (i) Environmental Law, (ii) a failure to obtain, maintain or comply with any Environmental Permit, (iii) a Release of any Hazardous Substance, or (iv) the use, generation, storage, transportation, treatment, sale or other off-site disposal of Hazardous Substances.
Standard conditions means a temperature of 20°C (68°F) and a pressure of 760 mm of Hg (29.92 inches of Hg).
Environmental Conditions means any conditions of the environment, including the workplace, the ocean, natural resources (including flora or fauna), soil, surface water, groundwater, any actual or potential drinking water supply sources, substrata or the ambient air, relating to or arising out of, or caused by, the use, handling, storage, treatment, recycling, generation, transportation, release, spilling, leaking, pumping, emptying, discharging, injecting, escaping, leaching, disposal, dumping, threatened release or other management or mismanagement of Regulated Substances resulting from the use of, or operations on, any Property.
Closing Conditions shall include, but are not limited to, SI Securities determining in its sole discretion that at the time of a closing, the Minimum Offering has been met, the investment remains suitable for investors, investors have successfully passed ID, KYC, AML, OFAC, and suitability screening, and that Issuer has completed all actions required by it as communicated by SI Securities at the time of a closing.
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), of, 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 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 Environmental Law, permits or licenses of, by or from any governmental authority, agency or court relating to environmental matters connected with any of the Equipment.
Hazardous condition means any situation involving the actual, imminent or probable spillage, leakage, or release of a hazardous substance onto the land, into a water of the State or into the atmosphere which creates an immediate or potential danger to the public health or safety or to the environment.
Litigation Conditions has the meaning set forth in Section 7.2(b).
Environmental Affiliate means any agent or employee of any Borrower or any other Relevant Party or any person having a contractual relationship with any Borrower or any other Relevant Party in connection with any Relevant Ship or its operation or the carriage of cargo and/or passengers thereon and/or the provision of goods and/or services on or from any Relevant Ship;
Specified Condition means, with respect to a party, any event specified as such for that party in Paragraph 13.
Project specific information means such part of the Instructions to Consultants used to reflect specific project and assignment conditions.
Underground storage tank or "UST" means any one or combination of tanks (including underground pipes connected thereto) that is used to contain an accumulation of regulated substances, and the volume of which (including the volume of underground pipes connected thereto) is 10% or more beneath the surface of the ground. This term does not include any:
Adverse impact means any deleterious effect on waters or wetlands, including their quality, quantity, surface area, species composition, aesthetics or usefulness for human or natural uses which are or may potentially be harmful or injurious to human health, welfare, safety or property, to biological productivity, diversity, or stability or which unreasonably interfere with the enjoyment of life or property, including outdoor recreation.
Environmental Agreement means the Environmental Indemnification and Release Agreement of even date herewith by and between Borrower and Lender pertaining to the Property, as the same may from time to time be extended, amended, restated or otherwise modified.
Termination Conditions is defined in Section 2.18.
Environmental Releases means releases as defined in CERCLA or under any applicable state or local environmental law or regulation.
Terms & Conditions means the Special Conditions of Contract and General Conditions of Contract herein mentioned and other stipulations incorporated in any part of Tender Document and /or Agreement.
Primary Terms and Conditions means the terms and conditions applicable to the ICICI Bank’s internet banking facility/service.
Environmental Approvals means any permit, license, approval, ruling, variance, exemption or other authorization required under applicable Environmental Laws.
Material Environmental Amount an amount or amounts payable by the Borrower and/or any of its Subsidiaries, in the aggregate in excess of $5,000,000, for: costs to comply with any Environmental Law; costs of any investigation, and any remediation, of any Material of Environmental Concern; and compensatory damages (including, without limitation damages to natural resources), punitive damages, fines, and penalties pursuant to any Environmental Law.
Aboveground storage tank shall have the meaning ascribed to such term in Section 6901 et seq., as amended, of RCRA, or any applicable state or local statute, law, ordinance, code, rule, regulation, order ruling, or decree governing Aboveground Storage Tanks.
Material Environmental Liabilities means Environmental Liabilities exceeding $500,000 in the aggregate.
Environmental Approval means any consent, authorisation, licence or approval of any governmental or public body or authorities or courts applicable to any Relevant Ship or its operation or the carriage of cargo and/or passengers thereon and/or the provision of goods and/or services on or from any Relevant Ship required under any Environmental Law;