Good Working Order and Condition definition

Good Working Order and Condition means the condition and components of the Equipment as at the time the Contract was entered into, but subject to fair wear and tear over the Minimum Term and the subsequent element of the Term (if any) as reasonably determined by the Company.
Good Working Order and Condition means the condition and components of the Goods as at the time the Lease Agreement for the Goods was entered into, subject to fair wear and tear. Good Working Order and Condition will be reasonably determined by the Lessor.
Good Working Order and Condition means the condition and components of the Goods as at the time this Rental Agreement for the Goods was entered into, but subject to fair wear and tear over the Term and Extended Term (if any) as reasonably determined by the Owner, and without limiting the foregoing includes fully functioning complete with all original components and operating systems license and media (ie with hard, disk and CD Rom drives (if any), keyboard, mouse and all associated cables).

Examples of Good Working Order and Condition in a sentence

  • If the Equipment is returned to Company but not in Good Working Order and Condition, then Customer must pay the relevant Damage Charges to the Company in an amount calculated in accordance with the grading table set out in the Order Form.

  • For Contracts entered into on or after 1 June 2018, within ten (10) days of the last day of the Term, or any earlier termination, the Customer must at its own expense (which includes all transport, insurance and related costs), deliver the Equipment to Company or any person nominated by Company in Good Working Order and Condition to a place nominated by Company.

  • In addition to the return requirements for Equipment in the Service Terms, Customer must: (a) return the Rental Equipment in Good Working Order and Condition; and (b) provide to Vodafone the PUK code (if applicable for Rental Equipment which does not require a SIM card) for each item of Rental Equipment.

  • Regarding the Rental Equipment, Customer shall: (a) take proper care of it and keep it in Good Working Order and Condition; (b) only use it for its designed purpose; (c) ensure that it is used in accordance with Vodafone’s and the OEM’s instructions, recommendations, specifications, warranties, and any requirements; and (d) promptly repair or replace it when it becomes faulty or damaged.

  • If the Products are returned to the Owner but not in accordance with clause 7.1, then the Customer must pay to the Owner an amount which reflects the Reduction in Value of the Products (including, without limitation, an amount reflecting the cost of the repair and restoration of the Products to Good Working Order and Condition) as determined by the Owner.

  • The Customer shall, within ten (10) days of the last day of the Term, or any earlier termination, at its own expense (which includes all transport, insurance and related costs), deliver the Equipment to Company or any person nominated by Company in Good Working Order and Condition to a place nominated by Company.

  • Within ten (10) days of the last day of the Term, or any earlier termination, the Customer must at its own expense (which includes all transport, insurance and related costs), deliver the Equipment to Company or any person nominated by Company in Good Working Order and Condition to a place nominated by Company.


More Definitions of Good Working Order and Condition

Good Working Order and Condition means the condition and components of the Products as at the time this Agreement for the Products was entered into, but subject to fair wear and tear over the Minimum Term and extended term (if any) as reasonably determined by the Owner.

Related to Good Working Order and Condition

  • Technical Specifications means the technical specifications set forth in Schedule 1 to the Agreement and to which, the STBs, CAS and SMS must comply with.

  • technical specification means, with respect to any Software, the document setting forth the technical specifications for such Software and included in the Statement of Work.

  • Temporary clean coal technology demonstration project means a clean coal technology demonstration project that is operated for a period of five years or less and that complies with the SIP and other requirements necessary to attain and maintain the national ambient air quality standards during the project and after the project is terminated.

  • The Specification means the Specification annexed to or issued with G.T.C.C. and shall include the schedules & drawings attached thereto as well as all samples and pattern, if any.