Capital Equipment definition

Capital Equipment means machinery and equipment purchased or leased, and used in this state by the purchaser or lessee primarily for manufacturing, fabricating, mining, or refining tangible personal property to be sold ultimately at retail if the machinery and equipment are essential to the integrated production process of manufacturing, fabricating, mining, or refining. Capital equipment also includes machinery and equipment used primarily to electronically transmit results retrieved by a customer of an online computerized data retrieval system.
Capital Equipment means those certain pieces of equipment described in the Project Plan: (i) that are specific to the production of the Product and (ii) that are purchased by Customer or for which Customer reimburses Lonza, including, without limitation, the related documentation regarding the design, validation, operation, calibration and maintenance of such equipment.
Capital Equipment means machinery and equipment purchased or leased, and used

Examples of Capital Equipment in a sentence

  • The use of such items of Capital Equipment is limited to the performance of this Agreement.

  • Title to all Capital Equipment shall, upon purchase, vest and remain in COUNTY.

  • Payment Conditions and Capital Equipment Expenditures All agreements referred to in this section must be administered on a reimbursement basis unless otherwise provided in this section.

  • Upon the termination of this Agreement, CONTRACTOR shall immediately return any items of Capital Equipment to COUNTY or its representatives, or dispose of them in accordance with the directions of ADMINISTRATOR.

  • In consideration for Questar III’s facilitation of the provision of the lease/purchase financing for the Capital Equipment, the School District agrees to pay, upon demand by Questar III, the total contract cost for the provision of the Capital Equipment pursuant to the Cooperative Bidding Program, including but not limited to the purchase price, interest, fees and other expenses incurred by Questar III in connection with the facilitation of the lease/purchase financing.

More Definitions of Capital Equipment

Capital Equipment means those items that are non-recurring purchases costing more than
Capital Equipment means built-in and movable equipment used to furnish a newly constructed or rehabilitated space; it includes the first-time purchase of library books, reference material, and media to furnish a new or renovated library; it does not include supply items such as textbooks and expendable commodities; the term is further defined in the Department of Education & Early Development’s Guidelines for School Equipment Purchases, 1997 edition; . . . .
Capital Equipment means any item of tangible property, purchased, leased, created or otherwise brought into existence wholly, or in part, with the use of the Grant, which has at that time a value of at least $100,000 inclusive of GST, but does not include Project Material. Certificate of Practical Completion means a certificate of practical completion for the Project issued in form and substance acceptable to the Department. Claim means any cost, expense, loss, damage, claim, action, proceeding or other liability (whether in contract, tort or otherwise), however arising and includes legal costs on a full indemnity basis. Confidential Information of a party means any information (including, but not limited to, all trade secrets, financial information and other commercially or scientifically valuable information) of whatever description and in whatever form (whether written or oral, visible or invisible) which:
Capital Equipment means equipment having a value greater than $5000 and a useful life of more than one year.
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Capital Equipment means Equipment excluding Consumables and Information Technology Equipment, the cost of which for a single unit equals or exceeds $1,000.00 before taxes, if applicable.
Capital Equipment means major electrical equipment that attaches to the electricity network including among others power and distribution transformers, wire and cable, transmission and distribution switch gear;