Defect definition

Defect means any part of the Supply (or omission therefrom) which is defective, deficient or incomplete or does not otherwise comply with the requirements of this Agreement;
Defect means a failure of the Tyler Software to substantially conform to the functional descriptions set forth in our written proposal to you, or their functional equivalent. Future functionality may be updated, modified, or otherwise enhanced through our maintenance and support services, and the governing functional descriptions for such future functionality will be set forth in our then-current Documentation.
Defect means any fault, imperfection or shortcoming in the quality, quantity, potency, purity, or standard which is required to be maintained by or under any law for the time being for or under any contract, express or implied or as it claimed by the trader is any manner whatsoever in relation to any goods;”

Examples of Defect in a sentence

The Employer’s Representative shall issue a Defect Liability Certificate and certify any final payment that is due to the Contractor within 30 days of receiving the Contractor’s account if it is correct and complete.

Rehabilitation Works Work on all six Rehabilitation works contracts in Phase I is complete.The Defect Liability period for all the rehabilitation works is complete.

Every licensed Taxicab owner shall: (1) employ or use only the services of licensed Taxicab Drivers under this By-law; (2) repair any Mechanical Defect in the vehicle reported to him by a licensed Driver.

If the puppy should die from a Life Threatening Genetic Defect within the 24 months of its Date of Birth, an autopsy must be performed at the Buyer’s expense by a licensed Veterinarian acceptable to the Seller’s own Veterinarian.

The Indemnitees and Subcontractor agree that share allocation at the commencement of the Construction Defect Claim may be difficult to calculate and that the methodology identified herein may be altered as necessary to achieve an allocation determination that is reasonable.


More Definitions of Defect

Defect means a defect or impurity of any kind, whether in design, manufacture, processing, or otherwise, including any dangerous propensity associated with any reasonably foreseeable use of a Product, or the failure to warn of the existence of any defect, impurity, or dangerous propensity.
Defect means a defect, error or bug having a materially adverse effect on the appearance, operation or functionality of the Platform, but excluding any defect, error or bug caused by or arising as a result of:
Defect means the non-performance of the Deliverables, i.e. when the Deliverables do not conform to the provisions of the Agreement, applicable industry standards and/or good workmanship, or do not fulfill the Buyer's needs, where the Supplier is aware of these.
Defect means any defect or deficiency in Electrical work or any part thereof, which does not conform with the Specifications and Standards.
Defect means any fault, imperfection or shortcoming in the quality, quantity, purity or standard of service, equipment or material which is required to be maintained by or under any law for the time being in force or under any contract, express or implied, or as is claimed by the distribution licensee in any manner whatsoever in relation to electricity service.