Applicable Standards definition

Applicable Standards means the requirements and guidelines of NERC, the Applicable Regional Entity, and the Control Area in which the Customer Facility is electrically located; the PJM Manuals; and Applicable Technical Requirements and Standards.
Applicable Standards means standards of operation for the Premises which are (a) in accordance with the requirements of the applicable Franchise Agreement, this Agreement and all CCRs affecting the Premises and of which true and complete copies have been made available by Lessee to Manager, (b) in accordance with applicable Legal Requirements, (c) in accordance with the terms and conditions of any Hotel Mortgage or Ground Lease to the extent not otherwise inconsistent with the terms of this Agreement (to the extent Lessee has made available to Manager true and complete copies of the applicable loan documents relating to any such Hotel Mortgage and/or the Ground Leases), (d) in accordance with the Leases (to the extent Lessee has made available to Manager a true and complete copy thereof), (e) in accordance with the requirements of any carrier having insurance on the Hotel or any part thereof (to the extent Manager has been given written notice of such requirements or policies and/or has coordinated same on behalf of Lessee), and (f) in accordance with the requirements of Section 856(d)(9)(D) of the Code for qualifying each Hotel as a Qualified Lodging Facility.
Applicable Standards means all applicable engineering and safety standards governing the installation, maintenance and operation of equipment and the performance of all work in or around City Facilities and includes the most current versions of National Electric Safety Code (“NESC”), the National Electrical Code (“NEC”), and the regulations of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (“OSHA”), each of which is incorporated by reference in this Agreement, and/or other reasonable safety and engineering requirements of the City or other federal, State or local authority with jurisdiction over City Facilities.

Examples of Applicable Standards in a sentence

  • Any additions, modifications, or replacements made to an Interconnected Entity’s facilities shall be constructed and operated in accordance with Good Utility Practice, Applicable Standards and Applicable Laws and Regulations.

  • In such cases, to such extent as Transmission Provider determines to be reasonably necessary to accommodate such circumstances, the Interconnection Service Agreement may include non-standard terms and conditions mutually agreed upon by all Interconnection Parties as needed to conform with Applicable Laws and Regulations and Applicable Standards relating to such distribution facilities.

  • Each Interconnected Entity shall maintain, or shall cause the maintenance of, its facilities in a safe and reliable manner in accord with (i) the terms of this Appendix 2; (ii) Applicable Standards; (iii) applicable rules, procedures and protocols set forth in the Tariff and the Operating Agreement, as any or all may be amended from time to time; (iv) Applicable Laws and Regulations, and (v) Good Utility Practice.

  • The rationale for the rule, as emphasised by the majority, was to be found in the special nature of the marriage relationship which is based on trust and confidence between the spouses.71 The majority left open the question of whether the protective rule would apply to de facto relationships, same sex relationships or to cases where there is an intimate relationship involving the emotional dependency of the guarantor vis‐à‐vis the debtor.

  • System Protection Facilities shall include such protective and regulating devices as are identified in the Applicable Technical Requirements and Standards or that are required by Applicable Laws and Regulations or other Applicable Standards, or as are otherwise necessary to protect personnel and equipment and to minimize deleterious effects to the Transmission System arising from the Customer Facility.


More Definitions of Applicable Standards

Applicable Standards means the requirements and guidelines of NERC, the Applicable Regional Entity, the Control Area in which the Generating Facility or Merchant Transmission Facility is electrically located and the Transmission Owner FERC Form No. 715 –Annual Transmission Planning and Evaluation Report for each Applicable Regional Entity; the PJM Manuals; and Applicable Technical Requirements and Standards.
Applicable Standards means those adopted by any approvals or regulatory organisation by which the Installer is for the time being recognised or any modification or replacement thereof, current at the date of this Contract.
Applicable Standards means Prudent Industry Practices and Prudent Engineering Practices; provided, however, that if any portion of such standards or codes conflict with or is less stringent than any Applicable Laws, such conflicting or less stringent portions of such standards shall not be deemed “applicable.”
Applicable Standards. Section 4.1Bankruptcy CodeSection 5.1
Applicable Standards means (i) the Rules and Regulations and (ii) all applicable codes, standards, regulations, manuals, references, guidelines, policies, specifications, handbooks and advisory circulars, including such codes, standards, regulations, manuals, references, guidelines, policies, specifications, handbooks, advisory circulars and similar documents referenced within this Agreement and the Requirements and Provisions for Work issued or published by a Governmental Authority and any similar applicable documents referenced in the Basic Lease, as amended, revised, supplemented or otherwise modified from time to time.
Applicable Standards means the standards relating to the quality, quantity, capacity and other requirements for the Project, as per Applicable Laws and Good Industry Practices, and any modifications thereof, or additions thereto, as included in the engineering for the Project submitted by the Implementation Agency;