Commercial improvement means any structure or building not used or intended to be used as a residential building, or other improvements to a site on which such a structure or building is to be located.
Commercial improvement means any structure or building not used or intended to be used as a residential building, or other improvements to a site on which such a structure or building is to be located. (B) “Residential building” means a building or structure that is or will be occupied by the owner as a residence and that contains not more than four units capable of being used as residences or homes. (4) Unless otherwise agreed or the lien claimant who is required to give the notice under subsection (1) of this section is in privity with the original contractor, when a provision in an agreement for the construction of a commercial improvement requires the original contractor to hold an owner harmless or to indemnify an owner for a lien created under ORS 87.010 and perfected under ORS 87.035, that provision is not enforceable as to any lien which requires that a notice under this section be given to the owner unless a copy of the notice is delivered pursuant to ORS 87.018 to the original contractor not later than 10 days after its receipt by the owner. [1975 c.466 §7 (enacted in lieu of 87.020); 1981 c.757 §3; 1983 c.674 §1; 1983 c.757 §1; 1987 c.662 §1; 2001 c.311 §1; 2002 s.s.1 c.6 §§1,4; 2003 c.778 §10] 87.023 Notice of right to lien; form of notice. The notice of right to a lien required under ORS 87.021 shall include, but not be limited to, the following information and shall be substantially in the following form:
Commercial improvement means Intellectual Property Rights and Technology associated with a patented or patentable improvement or development owned or Licensable by a Party after the Effective Date that can be incorporated in the String Ribbon Technology (together with any other Commercial Improvements) to substantially or materially reduce the production costs or substantially or materially increase the output, effectiveness, utility or value of the Licensed Products; provided that the Intellectual Property Rights and Technology associated with a particular Commercial Improvement shall exclude (i) the Intellectual Property Rights CONFIDENTIAL associated with the underlying Commercial Improvement or the Quad/COF Technology on which or from which such Commercial Improvement was based, derived or developed and (ii) the Intellectual Property Rights associated with any subsequent Commercial Improvement that represents an improvement or further development of such Commercial Improvement.