Adversely affect definition

Adversely affect means, when used with respect to any rating on a Series of Notes, to cause the reduction or withdrawal of such rating.
Adversely affect means the cumulative effect of the proposed development, when combined with all other existing and anticipated development, will increase the water surface elevation of the base flood beyond the tolerance of the flood model. This is considered to be one-tenth of one foot (0.1’) or more at any point off- site of the property that is controlled by the project developer.
Adversely affect means to constitute, or potentially constitute, a negative or destructive impact on the durability or soundness of a structure.

Examples of Adversely affect in a sentence

  • The doctor can refuse to let you see all or part of the report if, in their opinion, it is likely to: Adversely affect your physical or mental health or that of others, Indicate the doctor’s intentions to you, Reveal the identity of a third party who has given information about you unless they have consented to its disclosure or it has been supplied by a health professional involved in caring for you.In such cases the doctor must notify you.

  • Adversely affect adjoining properties, in compliance with Section Lighting.

  • Adversely affect the efficiency of, or unduly restrict the capacity of, the floodway.

  • Adversely affect the results of the rotor drive system endurance test, the rotor drive system being defined in CS 27/29-917.

  • Adversely affect the stability of the staff or terminate senior executives without previous discussion with the Board.

More Definitions of Adversely affect

Adversely affect means to constitute or potentially constitute a negative or destructive impact in the opinion of the home inspector.
Adversely affect means there must be an identifiable harm to or negative impact on the interest identified in the exception. Furthermore, the threshold for establishing adverse effect is a high one, since it is necessary to establish that disclosure would have an adverse effect. ‘Would’ means that it is more probable than not, ie a more than 50% chance that the adverse effect would occur if the information were disclosed. If the adverse effect would only be likely to occur, or could occur, then the exception is not engaged. For further discussion of the test of adverse effect, see our separate guidance on regulation 12(1).
Adversely affect or "adversely change" means to alter or change the community structure or function, to reduce the number or proportion of sensitive species, or to increase the number or pro- portion of pollution tolerant aquatic species so that aquatic life use support or aquatic habitat is impaired.
Adversely affect means to have a deleterious effect on property that unreasonably interferes with the use or enjoyment of property.
Adversely affect or “adverse effect” means an effect that is a direct or indirect result of the proposed action or its interrelated or interdependent actions and the effects are not discountable, insignificant or beneficial. A discountable effect is extremely unlikely to occur. An insignificant effect relates to the size of the impact and should never reach the scale where a take occurs. Based on best judgment, a person would not: (A) be able to meaningfully measure, detect, or evaluate an insignificant effect; or (B) expect a discountable effect to occur. See also definition of “beneficial effect” below.
Adversely affect means there must be an identifiable harm to or negative impact on the interest identified in the exception.
Adversely affect means any significant detrimental effect on a cumulative basis which would result in increasing the water surface elevation of the base flood more than one foot at any point.