Defects Liability Period definition

Defects Liability Period means the warranty period following the taking over, during which the Contractor is responsible for making good, defects and damage in Goods and Services provided, under the Contract.
Defects Liability Period means the specified period between the issue of Completion Certificate and the issue of final certificate during which the Contractor is responsible for rectifying all defects that may appear in the works.
Defects Liability Period means the period named in the Special Conditions of Contract and calculated from the Completion Date, within which the contractor is liable for any defects that may develop in the handed over works.

Examples of Defects Liability Period in a sentence

  • The Defects Liability Period shall be extended for as long as Defects remain to be corrected.

  • Payments of final bill shall be made after deduction of Retention Money as specified, which shall be refunded after the completion of the Defects Liability Period provided the contractor has rectified all defects to the satisfaction of the Bank.

  • Final Account 56.1 The Contractor shall supply the Project Manager with a detailed account ofthe total amount that the Contractor considers payable under the Contract before the end of the Defects Liability Period.

  • The hindrances due to above events shall not be considered as a compensationevent.C. Quality ControlGCC 35.1The Defects Liability Period is: 18 months.D. Cost ControlGCC 44.1 (l)Other Compensation Events are: NoneGCC 45.1In case of certain Tax exemptions, such as in foreign assistance projects, this specific exemption(s)should be clearly specified in this clause.

  • The bank guarantee shall be valid until the issue of a No Defects Liability Certificate by the Employer after the end of the Defects Liability Period and subject to the certification by the Project Manager that all defects notified by the Project Manager to the Contractor have been rectified to his satisfaction before the end of this period.


More Definitions of Defects Liability Period

Defects Liability Period means the period following the start of services, during which the Contractor is responsible for making good, any flaws in Services provided under the Contract.
Defects Liability Period means the period from the Completion Date as certified by the Engineer-in-Charge and specified in clause 16.1.
Defects Liability Period means the defects liability period referred to in the clause entitled ‘Defects Liability Period’ and stated in the Annexure.
Defects Liability Period. /“Maintenance Period" means the period after completion of the Project during which the Client or his authorized representative/ Engineer-in-charge of HITES that will notify to the Contractor any defect noticed in the work and the Contractor is liable for rectification of such defects. Proof of dispatch of letter notifying the defect/ intimating the representative of Contractor at site on the last date of Defect liability period will make the Contractor liable for rectify all such defects.
Defects Liability Period means a period in which the Supplier warrants that the Deliverables conform to all the requirements and provisions of the Agreement.
Defects Liability Period means one year or the period stated in Part II following taking over, during which the Contractor is responsible for making good defects and damage in accordance with Clause 30.
Defects Liability Period means, subject to Clause 23.3, the period of time beginning on the date of Completion and ending on the expiry of the time stated in the Contract Specifics.