Damage definition

Damage means actual and/or physical damage to tangible property;
Damage means any and all damage as described in clause 22.4.
Damage means to destroy, alter, delete, add, modify or rearrange any computer resource by any means.

Examples of Damage in a sentence

  • However, We will indemnify You in respect of such Damage if it results from Defined Contingencies (1) to (12) and is not otherwise excluded.

  • In any action, suit or other proceedings where We allege that any Damage results from Terrorism as defined above and is therefore not covered by this Section, the burden of proving that any such Damage is covered under this Section will be upon You.

  • This Insurance also excludes Damage or loss resulting from Damage directly or indirectly caused by resulting from or in connection with any action aimed at controlling, preventing, suppressing or in any way relating to an act of Terrorism.

  • Broad Form Property Damage including Completed Operations: Expands the Property Damage coverage to include certain losses that would otherwise be excluded by the standard care, custody or control exclusion found in a standard policy.

  • Bodily Injury and Property Damage to third parties arising out of the operations of the Contractor.

More Definitions of Damage

Damage means to cause a harmful change in the cellular structure of living tissue.
Damage means any specific defect defined in this section; or an equally objectionable variation of any one of these defects, any other defect, or any combination of defects, which materially detracts from the appearance, or the edible or marketing quality of the fruit. The following specific defects shall be considered as damage:
Damage means any damage or loss to the rented vehicle, including loss of use and any costs and expenses incident to the damage or loss.
Damage means defects caused by reasons other than normal wear through home age and usage.
Damage means bodily injury to, or other impairment of health of, or death of any person; damage to, loss of, or loss of use of any property; soil, sediment, surface water, ground water, or other environmental contamination or damage; loss of revenue or profits; other direct damages; or any indirect, or consequential damage arising therefrom.