Endemic Defect definition

Endemic Defect means a Defect in a Major Component (as detailed in the Technical Specification) during its expected Design Life, irrespective of whether it has then become apparent in any item of Plant which the Employer’s Representative and the Supplier’s Representative, each acting reasonably, believe will thereafter become an Epidemic Defect;
Endemic Defect means the same or a substantially similar Defect in a Recurring Element that, during the course of any consecutive twelve (12) Month period, arises, occurs or becomes apparent in a material number of the relevant Recurring Elements.
Endemic Defect means the same defect affecting at least (5%) per cent of Goods or a same defect affecting at least three (3 %) per cent of circuit boards, components or electronic sub-sets delivered by the Supplier to the Purchaser under the Contract, measured over a continuous period of twelve (12) consecutive months, from the date of Delivery of the first Good until three (3) years after the date of delivery of the last Good to the Purchaser.Throughout the warranty period defined above, the Supplier shall provide an analysis and action plan to correct any Endemic Defect that shall be notified to it by the Purchaser, within a period not to exceed one (1) week from the notification thereof sent by the Purchaser. This action plan shall be implemented within a reasonable period, to be defined mutually between the Parties in relation to the nature of the Endemic Defect.If an Endemic Defect affects the same part or the same Good in one or more Orders, the Supplier shall repair or replace all of the identical parts or Goods that are the subject of such Order(s). The Supplier shall also bear the costs of the logistics, disassembly and re-assembly of the parts or Goods.If an Endemic Defect on the same part or the same Good is repaired, the warranty period covering the part or Good shall be extended for a period of twelve (12) months, from the date of receipt by the Purchaser of the Good or part thus repaired.

More Definitions of Endemic Defect

Endemic Defect means the same defect affecting at least (5%) per cent of Goods / Services, delivered by the Supplier to VSA under a Contract or under different Contracts including the same Good / Service, measured ove r a continuous period of twelve (12) consecutive months, from the date of Delivery of the first Good / Service until three (3) years after the date of delivery of the last Good / Service to VSA.
Endemic Defect means a MSA Fault in a Unit, Vehicle or Part (excluding consumables) which has occurred and:
Endemic Defect means the same defect affecting at least five (5%) per cent of Equipment or a same defect affecting at least three (3%) per cent of circuit boards, components or electronic sub-sets delivered by the Supplier to the Purchaser under the Order, measured over a continuous period of twelve (12) consecutive months, from the date of Delivery of the first Equipment until three (3) years after the date of delivery of the last Equipment to the Purchaser.

Related to Endemic Defect

Qualified Mortgage Material Defect As defined in Section 2.03(b).
Latent Defect means a defect, inherently lying within the material or arising out of design deficiency, which do not manifest themselves and/or was not reasonably discoverable during Defect Liability period.
Material Defect With respect to any Mortgage Loan, a Defect in any Mortgage File or a Breach, which Defect or Breach, as the case may be, materially and adversely affects the value of such Mortgage Loan, the value of the related Mortgaged Property or the interests of the Trustee or any Certificateholder therein or causes such Mortgage Loan to be other than a Qualified Mortgage.
Latent Defects means such defects caused by faulty designs, material or work-man- ship which cannot be detected during inspection, testing etc, based on the technology available for carrying out such tests.
Construction defect means any alleged or actual defective, faulty or delayed construction or any other matter recognized as a construction defect under applicable common or statutory law, whether or not as a result of:
Qualification Defect With respect to a Mortgage Loan, (a) a defective document in the Trustee Mortgage Loan File, (b) the absence of a document in the Trustee Mortgage Loan File, or (c) the breach of any representation, warranty or covenant with respect to the Mortgage Loan made by the applicable Seller or Servicer or the Depositor but only if the affected Mortgage Loan would cease to qualify as a "qualified mortgage" for purposes of the REMIC Provisions. With respect to a REMIC Regular Interest or a mortgage certificate described in Section 860G(a)(3) of the Code, the failure to qualify as a "qualified mortgage" for purposes of the REMIC Provisions.
Environmental Defect has the meaning set forth in Section 4.3.
Title Defect means any Encumbrance, defect or other matter that causes Seller not to have Defensible Title in and to the Leases or Wells as of the Effective Time, without duplication; provided that the following shall not be considered Title Defects:
Document Defect As defined in Section 2.03(a) of this Agreement.
Title Defects has the meaning set forth in Section 5.15(b).
Environmental Defect Amount has the meaning set forth in Section 4.3.
Environmental Defect Value means, with respect to any Environmental Defect, the value, as of the Closing Date, of the estimated costs and expenses to correct such Environmental Defect in the most cost-effective manner reasonably available, consistent with Environmental Laws, taking into account that non-permanent remedies (such as mechanisms to contain or stabilize hazardous materials, including monitoring site conditions, natural attenuation, risk-based corrective action, institutional controls or other appropriate restrictions on the use of property, caps, dikes, encapsulation, leachate collection systems, etc.) may be the most cost-effective manner reasonably available.
Defective Work means (a) Work that is unsatisfactory, deficient or damaged, does not conform to the Contract Documents, or does not meet the requirements of any inspection, test or approval, or (b) Work associated with punch list items that the Contractor fails to complete within a reasonable time after issuance of the punch list by the Project Manager.
Environmental Defect Notice shall have the meaning set forth in Section 12.1(a).
Title Defect Property has the meaning set forth in Section 3.4(a).
Nonconformance means the failure to use the methods or emission factors specified in this article to calculate emissions, or the failure to meet any other requirements of the regulation.
Title Defect Amount has the meaning set forth in Section 3.4(d)(i).
Title Defect Value as defined in Section 11.04.
Casualty Loss means, with respect to any item of Equipment, the loss, theft, damage beyond repair or governmental condemnation or seizure of such item of Equipment.
Critical item means a provision of this Code, that, if in noncompliance, is more likely than other violations to contribute to FOOD contamination, illness, or environmental health HAZARD.
Title Benefit Notice has the meaning set forth in Section 3.4(b).
Nonconformity or “Nonconformities” means any failure or failures of the Software to conform to the requirements of this Contract, including any applicable Documentation.
Epidemic Failure means a series of repeating failures or defects resulting in at least a 0.5% failure rate for the same Product or Material during any twelve-month period.
Violent student means a student under the age of 21 who:
Title Defect Notice has the meaning set forth in Section 3.4(a).
Erroneous Payment Return Deficiency has the meaning assigned to it in Section 8.09(d).