Fair Wear and Tear definition

Fair Wear and Tear means any decline which results from ordinary use and exposure over time, including breakage or malfunction due to age or deteriorated condition, but not where such decline results from negligence, carelessness, accidents, or abuse by the Tenant or the Tenant's visitors; [ Ask TPN: 150 ]
Fair Wear and Tear means deterioration in the working order, repair, condition and appearance of the Vehicle as is reasonably consistent with careful maintenance and use. For example, the following are not considered fair wear and tear: • Body work damage – scrapes and scratches where the paint surface is broken and repainting is necessary or paint discolouration on the exterior of the Vehicle; rust; dents or other impact damage; broken or cracked glass. • Interior and boot, carpet and trim – tears, rips and cuts to seats, interior trim, carpets and head lining, oil, glue, chemicals and other substances which cannot be removed using upholstery cleaners; or cigarette xxxxx. • Missing engine components and/or accessories. insolvent means that you become insolvent. For example, being bankrupt, in receivership, or you apply for entry to the no asset procedure or are otherwise unable to pay debts as they fall due.
Fair Wear and Tear means Fair Wear and Tear described in the Code under the annexure headed “AFIA Fair Wear and Tear Guide - Rental Vehicles” and does not include damage (as set out in that annexure);

Examples of Fair Wear and Tear in a sentence

  • Return: Hand back the vehicle (in line with the Fair Wear and Tear Policy).

  • Retain and/or Return features are subject to Fair Wear and Tear conditions and Kilometre Restrictions.

  • Flexibility Term Flexible End of Terms Options: Renew: Replace your vehicle with a new model Retain: At the end of the term, Guaranteed Future Value (GFV) is subject to vehicle maintenance in accordance with the manufacturer’s specification, Fair Wear and Tear conditions and Kilometre Restrictions.

  • Guaranteed Future Value (GFV) is subject to vehicle maintenance in accordance with the manufacturer’s specification, Fair Wear and Tear conditions and Kilometre Restrictions.

  • Subject to clause 3.6 and Fair Wear and Tear, to make good any damage caused to the Premises and/or the Furniture and the Inclusions by the Tenant or Tenant's Employees.


More Definitions of Fair Wear and Tear

Fair Wear and Tear means wear and tear which would be normal for similar Equipment operating in usual conditions, but excludes:
Fair Wear and Tear means deterioration in the working order, repair, condition and appearance of the Vehicle as is reasonably consistent with careful maintenance and use. For example, the following are not considered fair wear and tear:  Body work damage – scrapes and scratches where the paint surface is broken and repainting is necessary or paint discolouration on the exterior of the Vehicle; rust; dents or other impact damage; broken or cracked glass.  Interior and boot, carpet and trim – tears, rips and cuts to seats, interior trim, carpets and head lining, oil, glue, chemicals and other substances which cannot be removed using upholstery cleaners; or cigarette xxxxx.  Missing engine components and/or accessories.
Fair Wear and Tear means the wear pattern that we would normally associate with any, brake, suspension, clutch and tyre components as demonstrated for the majority of vehicles of a similar age and mileage within the Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles vehicle portfolio.
Fair Wear and Tear means the wear pattern that we would normally associate with any, brake, suspension, clutch and tyre components as demonstrated for the majority of vehicles of a similar age and mileage within the Volkswagen vehicle portfolio. MOT: The MOT test (Ministry of Transport or simply MOT) is the annual test of vehicle safety, roadworthiness aspects and exhaust emissions required in the United Kingdom for most vehicles over three years old. In Northern Ireland the equivalent requirement applies after four years Payment: means the fee, as detailed within this Agreement.
Fair Wear and Tear means something that occurs through normal use or is the normal change that takes place with the aging of the property, and may include but is not limited to, any chattels provided by the Operator such as curtains and drapes, fixtures and fittings. Fair Wear and Tear does not include deterioration attributable to smoking, incontinence and the use of mobility aids.
Fair Wear and Tear means minor damage, in the reasonable opinion of UPHIRE, caused by ordinary day-to-day use of the Equipment in compliance with this Agreement.
Fair Wear and Tear means and include only the following: (i) thinning of paint due to the action of time and elements; (ii) scuffing of paint by rubber tired vehicles and properly fendered tugs; (iii) rust or corrosion due to contact with sea water and air; or (iv) fouling of hull by growth of marine organisms. Fair wear and tear shall not include damage to the Vessel’s deck, internal parts or hull that results from the Charterer’s use of the Vessel or otherwise.