Emergency repair definition

Emergency repair means work necessary to prevent destruction or dilapidation to real property or structural appurtenances thereto immediately threatened or damaged by fire, flood, earthquake or other disaster.
Emergency repair means any unscheduled water main, water
Emergency repair means the same as defined by Utah Code Title 11 Chapter 39

Examples of Emergency repair in a sentence

  • User 1's ratings on "Life cycle data analysis" (PSS3), "Emergency repair" (PSS6), "Energy management contract" (PSS9), and "Online knowledge support" (PSS10) are not available.

  • The Wireless Facility shall be fully automated and unattended on a daily basis and shall be visited only for maintenance or Emergency repair.

  • Emergency repair loans shall not exceed $5,000.00 per applicant .

  • It was approved as Emergency repair and he is requesting the Resolution as a formality.

  • Emergency repair could include isolation of the affected main, excavation, clamping, possible disinfection, site restoration and other actions necessary to restore satisfactory service to the customers.

More Definitions of Emergency repair

Emergency repair means a repair that, if not made in a timely manner, will likely result in immediate and substantial damage to a common area or to another lot.
Emergency repair means a repair of a broken system component where immediate action is necessary to protect public health.
Emergency repair means a pipeline repair requiring immediate action where either: (l) The pipeline is a transmission pipeline and the MAOP produces a hoop stress at or above 20 percent SMYS, or (II) The pipeline is a gathering pipeline that operates at or above 125 psig. [Eff. 11/30/2008]
Emergency repair means water distribution work that
Emergency repair shall have the meaning set forth in Section 10.7.2.
Emergency repair means a repair required by immediate danger of a release, or by an immediate threat to public health, safety and welfare, or to the environment.
Emergency repair means immediate action to repair a failing system when sewage is backing up into a dwelling or building or to repair a broken pressure sewer pipe. It does not include the construction of new or additional absorption facilities but does include using the septic tank as a temporary holding tank until new or additional absorption facilities can be permitted and constructed.