All conditions definition

All conditions means conditions reflected by data derived through the amalgamation of data from normal conditions, gray sky conditions and catastrophic conditions. "All conditions" does not mean only normal conditions or only gray sky conditions or only catastrophic conditions.

Examples of All conditions in a sentence

  • All conditions contained in this attached contract are hereby expressly made a part of and incorporated into this Invitation for Bids.

  • All conditions and regulations of any permit obtained for this project will be followed by the Contractor.

  • All conditions and provisions of this RFP are deemed to be accepted by the vendor and incorporated by reference in the proposal, except such conditions and provisions that the vendor expressly excludes in the proposal.

  • All conditions of “Available Financial Resources Net of CCC ≥ Requirement for the Subject Contract” must be satisfied to qualify.

  • All conditions precedent to the obligations of the Lenders to make any Loan are imposed hereby solely for the benefit of the Lenders, and no other Person may require satisfaction of any such condition precedent or be entitled to assume that the Lenders will refuse to make any Loan in the absence of strict compliance with such conditions precedent.

  • All conditions precedent to the institution of this lawsuit have been fulfilled.

  • All conditions of contract are performed to the satisfaction of Employer or its authorized representatives.

  • All conditions of this permit, including either the completion of all works and maintenance or payment of security in accordance with this permit, must be satisfied before the Council seals the final plan of survey for each stage.

  • All conditions precedent to bringing this action have been satisfied and/or waived.

  • All conditions, covenants, duties and obligations contained in this Contract can be waived only by written agreement.

Related to All conditions

  • Special Conditions means those conditions, if any, set forth in Section 13 of the Loan Authorization Agreement.

  • Environmental Conditions means the presence in the environment, including the soil, groundwater, surface water or ambient air, of any Hazardous Material at a level which exceeds any applicable standard or threshold under any Environmental Law or otherwise requires investigation or remediation (including, without limitation, investigation, study, health or risk assessment, monitoring, removal, treatment or transport) under any applicable Environmental Laws.

  • General Conditions means the “International Bank for Reconstruction and Development General Conditions for Loans”, dated July 1, 2005 (as amended through February 12, 2008) with the modifications set forth in Section II of this Appendix.

  • Additional Conditions means, in relation to any issue of Capital Notes, such conditions (in addition to the conditions specified in the applicable Capital Regulations) as may be prescribed by the Registrar of Banks for the proceeds of the issue of such Notes to qualify as Regulatory Capital, as specified in the Applicable Pricing Supplement;

  • Special Condition means an additional airworthiness standard(s) prescribed by the FAA or EASA when the airworthiness standards for the category of product do not contain adequate or appropriate safety standards due to novel or unusual design features. Special Conditions contain such safety standards as the FAA or EASA find necessary to establish a level of safety equivalent to that established in the applicable regulations.

  • Environmental Condition means (a) a condition existing on the Defect Claim Date with respect to the air, soil, subsurface, surface waters, ground waters and/or sediments that causes any Asset (or SM Energy with respect to any Asset) not to be in compliance with any Environmental Law or (b) the existence as of the Execution Date with respect to any Asset or the operation thereof of any environmental pollution, contamination, degradation, damage or injury caused by, related to such Asset for which remedial or corrective action is presently required (or if known, would be presently required) under Environmental Laws.

  • Terminal condition means an incurable condition caused by injury, disease, or illness that according to reasonable medical judgment will produce death within six months, even with available life-sustaining treatment provided in accordance with the prevailing standard of medical care.

  • Medical condition means either of the following:

  • Abnormal Condition means any condition on the Interconnection Facilities which, determined in accordance with Good Utility Practice, is: (i) outside normal operating parameters such that facilities are operating outside their normal ratings or that reasonable operating limits have been exceeded; and (ii) could reasonably be expected to materially and adversely affect the safe and reliable operation of the Interconnection Facilities; but which, in any case, could reasonably be expected to result in an Emergency Condition. Any condition or situation that results from lack of sufficient generating capacity to meet load requirements or that results solely from economic conditions shall not, standing alone, constitute an Abnormal Condition.

  • Supplemental Conditions means those terms and conditions, if included in the Agreement by mutual written agreement of the Parties, which add to or modify the Agreement and are incorporated by reference as if fully set forth in the Agreement. In the case of a conflict between the Supplemental Conditions and the Agreement, the Supplemental Conditions shall prevail.

  • Congenital Condition(s) means (a) any medical, physical or mental abnormalities existed at the time of or before birth, whether or not being manifested, diagnosed or known at birth; or (b) any neo-natal abnormalities developed within six (6) months of birth.

  • Emergency medical condition means a medical condition manifesting itself by acute symptoms of sufficient severity (including severe pain) that a prudent layperson, who possesses an average knowledge of health and medicine, could reasonably expect the absence of immediate medical attention to result in the following:

  • Hazardous financial condition means that, based on its present or reasonably anticipated financial condition, a risk retention group, although not yet financially impaired or insolvent, is unlikely to be able:

  • Qualifying medical condition means seizure disorder,

  • Pre-existing Medical Condition means any condition for which the Insured Person received medical treatment, diagnosis, consultation or prescribed drugs within a 12-month period preceding the effective date of the Policy; or for which medical advice or treatment was recommended by a Qualified Medical Practitioner within a 12-month period preceding the effective date of the Policy.

  • GENERAL AND SPECIAL CONDITIONS OF CONTRACT means the instructions to Tenderer and General and special conditions of contract pertaining to the work for which above tenders have been called for.

  • Special Conditions of Contract means the pages completed by the Procuring Entity entitled Special Conditions of Contract which constitute Part A of the Special Conditions.

  • Debilitating medical condition means any of the following: