Market-ready definition

Market-ready means ready for introduction into commerce. A market-ready aftermarket DPF is not a prototype and requires no design modifications, part changes, or other changes prior to being sold to end users for commercial use. All components that are necessary for a market-ready aftermarket DPF to function properly are also commercially available.
Market-ready means a company that AtBC has deemed meets the criteria, attached as Appendix A, to determine if a company is ready to work productively with AtBC, including cultural experience approved by the Board;
Market-ready means units that are cleaned (including carpets), painted, in good repair, with all appliances in good-working order. Purchaser shall have the right to re-inspect the Property during the period commencing not earlier than five (5) days prior to the Closing and ending on the Closing solely for purposes of verifying the maintenance of the Property in accordance with the applicable provisions of this Agreement.

More Definitions of Market-ready

Market-ready means that a re- gionally significant industrial site has been issued all appropriate and necessary building permits.
Market-ready means ready for introduction into commerce. A market-ready modified part is not a prototype and requires no design modifications, part changes, or other changes prior to being sold to end users for commercial use. All components that are necessary for a market-ready modified part to function properly are also commercially available.
Market-ready means that a regionally significant industrial site has been issued all appropriate and necessary building permits.
Market-ready means functional and ready to launch.
Market-ready means an Indigenous tourism business that the Corporation has deemed meets the criteria, attached as Appendix A at the establishment of this Corporation or subsequently updated and approved by the Corporation from time to time, and that the Corporation has determined is ready to work with the Corporation productively.

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  • Fair Market Rental Value or "Fair Market Sales Value" of the Airframe or ------------------------ ----------------------- any Engine shall mean the value that would be obtained in an arms'-length transaction between an informed and willing lessee-user or buyer-user (other than a lessee currently in possession or a used equipment dealer) under no compulsion to lease or buy, as the case may be, and an informed and willing lessor or seller, as the case may be, under no compulsion to lease or sell, as the same shall be specified by agreement between the Lessor and the Lessee or, if not agreed to by the Lessor and the Lessee within a period of 15 days after either party requests a determination, then as specified in an appraisal prepared and delivered in New York City mutually agreed to by two recognized independent aircraft appraisers, one of which shall be appointed by the Lessor and the other of which shall be appointed by the Lessee, or, if such appraisers cannot agree on such appraisal, an appraisal arrived at by a third independent recognized appraiser chosen by the mutual consent of the two aircraft appraisers. If either party should fail to appoint an appraiser within 15 days of receiving notice of the appointment of an appraiser by the other party, then such appraisal shall be made by the appraiser appointed by the first party. If the two appraisers cannot agree on such appraisal and fail to appoint a third independent recognized aircraft appraiser within 15 days after the appointment of the second appraiser, then either party may apply to the American Arbitration Association to make such appointment. The appraisal shall be completed within 30 days of the appointment of the last appraiser appointed. In determining Fair Market Rental Value or Fair Market Sales Value by appraisal or otherwise, it will be assumed that the Aircraft, Airframe or Engine is in the condition, location and overhaul status in which it is required to be returned to the Lessor pursuant to Section 12 of the Lease and that the Lessee has removed all Parts which it is entitled to remove pursuant to Section 7 of the Lease and that the Aircraft is not encumbered by the Lease. Except as otherwise expressly provided in the Lease, all appraisal costs will be shared equally by the Lessor and the Lessee; provided that if the Lessee elects not to renew the Lease or -------- purchase the Aircraft following the conclusion of such appraisal, the Lessee shall pay all appraisal costs. Notwithstanding the foregoing, for purposes of Section 17 of the Lease, the "Fair Market Rental Value" or "Fair Market Sales Value" of the Aircraft, the Airframe or any Engine, shall be determined on an "as is, where is" basis and shall take into account customary brokerage and other out-of-pocket fees and expenses which typically would be incurred in connection with a re-lease or sale of the Aircraft, the Airframe or any Engine. Any such determination pursuant to Section 17 of the Lease shall be made by a recognized independent aircraft appraiser selected by Lessor and the costs and expenses associated therewith shall be borne by Lessee, unless Lessor does not obtain possession of the Aircraft, Airframe and Engines pursuant to Section 17 of the Lease, in which case an appraiser shall not be appointed and Fair Market Rental Value and Fair Market Sales Value for purposes of Section 17 of the Lease shall be zero.

  • market risk means the risk of loss for the individual portfolio resulting from a fluctuation in the market value of positions in the portfolio attributable to changes in market variables, such as interest rates, foreign exchange rates, equity and commodity prices, or an issuer's creditworthiness;

  • REACH means Regulation EC 1907/2006 concerning the Registration, Evaluation, Authorisation and Restriction of Chemicals;

  • Market Rental Rate means, at the time of reference, the gross rentable floor space of the Leased Premises multiplied by the greater of: (a) that annual rate of Basic Rent per square foot of gross rentable floor space which is then being quoted by the Landlord for comparable Other Leased Premises (or would then be quoted if comparable Other Leased Premises were then available) or (b) that annual rate of Basic Rent per square foot of gross rentable floor space in effect during the Expiring Term.

  • Fair Market Rental The fair market rental of the Leased Property means the rental which a willing tenant not compelled to rent would pay a willing landlord not compelled to lease for the use and occupancy of such Leased Property pursuant to the Lease for the term in question, (a) assuming that Lessee is not in default thereunder and (b) determined in accordance with the appraisal procedures set forth in Article 24 or in such other manner as shall be mutually acceptable to Lessor and Lessee.

  • Open Market Rent means the annual rent at which the Premises could reasonably be expected to be let as a whole at the relevant Review Date in the open market:

  • Benchmark Replacement Conforming Changes means, with respect to any Benchmark Replacement, any technical, administrative or operational changes (including changes to the definition of “Base Rate,” the definition of “Business Day,” the definition of “Interest Period,” timing and frequency of determining rates and making payments of interest, timing of borrowing requests or prepayment, conversion or continuation notices, the applicability and length of lookback periods, the applicability of breakage provisions, and other technical, administrative or operational matters) that the Administrative Agent decides may be appropriate to reflect the adoption and implementation of such Benchmark Replacement and to permit the administration thereof by the Administrative Agent in a manner substantially consistent with market practice (or, if the Administrative Agent decides that adoption of any portion of such market practice is not administratively feasible or if the Administrative Agent determines that no market practice for the administration of such Benchmark Replacement exists, in such other manner of administration as the Administrative Agent decides is reasonably necessary in connection with the administration of this Agreement and the other Loan Documents).

  • Fair Market Rental Rate means the fair market value annual rental rate per square foot of Rentable Area that Landlord and its Affiliates and the owners of comparable office building projects in the Xxxx Xxxxx Airport submarket have recently accepted in lease transactions between non-affiliated parties with non-equity tenants for comparable space, for a comparable period of time (“Comparable Transactions”). In any determination of Comparable Transactions, appropriate consideration shall be given to annual rental rates per square foot of Rentable Area, the type of escalation clauses (e.g., whether increases in additional rent are determined on a net or gross basis, and if gross, whether such increases are determined according to a base year or a base dollar amount expense stop), taking into account all rental and other concessions granted in such Comparable Transactions (as well as such concessions to which Tenant may be entitled in this Lease), length of the lease term, size and location of premises being leased, base, shell and core delivery conditions, building standard work letter and/or tenant improvement or refurbishment allowances, if any (taking into account the level of existing Base Building Improvements and tenant improvements in the Premises), free rent periods for construction of new tenant improvements and other generally applicable conditions of tenancy for such Comparable Transactions. The intent is that the Fair Market Rental Rate will reflect the rent and other economic benefits and concessions that Landlord or its Affiliates (and other landlords of comparable office building projects in the Xxxx Xxxxx Airport submarket) have otherwise given in recent Comparable Transactions, as adjusted to reflect the level and type of economic concessions that Landlord may elect to give Tenant hereunder during the Renewal Term, so that Tenant will pay and Landlord will receive a net effective rent equal to the net effective rental rate in Comparable Transactions, after adjusting for any differences between the economic concessions that Landlord is making to Tenant hereunder and the economic concession that Landlord or its Affiliates (and other landlords of comparable office building projects in the Xxxx Xxxxx Airport submarket) have otherwise made in current Comparable Transactions. If, for example, after applying the criteria set forth above, a Comparable Transaction provides a comparable non-equity tenant with comparable space at a base rent equal to Thirty-Two Dollars ($32) per square foot of Rentable Area, with a Ten Dollars ($10) base amount expense stop, three (3) months’ free rent, four (4) months of free rent to construct tenant improvements, Forty Dollars ($40) per rentable square foot tenant improvement allowance, and certain other generally applicable economic terms and/or concessions, the Fair Market Rental Rate shall not be Thirty-Two Dollars ($32) per square foot of Rentable Area only, but shall be the economic equivalent of Thirty-Two Dollars ($32) per square foot of Rentable Area, a Ten Dollar ($10) base amount expense stop, three (3) months’ free rent, four (4) months of free rent to construct tenant improvements, Forty Dollars ($40) per rentable square foot tenant improvement allowance or payment in lieu of such allowance (said allowance or payment to be adjusted to reflect the value of existing improvements in the Premises) and such other generally applicable economic terms and concessions, as adjusted to reflect the concessions (including renovation allowances, free rent or construction periods) if any, granted by Landlord to Tenant during the Renewal Term.

  • Benchmark Replacement Adjustment means, with respect to any replacement of the then-current Benchmark with an Unadjusted Benchmark Replacement for any applicable Interest Period and Available Tenor for any setting of such Unadjusted Benchmark Replacement:

  • Benchmark Replacement means, for any Available Tenor, the first alternative set forth in the order below that can be determined by the Administrative Agent for the applicable Benchmark Replacement Date:

  • Market Rate means the rate as prevailing in the market and recommended by the Architect and as approved by the Employer on the basis of cost of materials, labour, plant etc inclusive of any tax, duty, octroi etc. at the time of execution of work.

  • Market Rent as used herein, shall be that rent charged for comparable research laboratory and office space of similar age and condition in laboratory buildings in the mid-Cambridge submarket as of the end of the First Extended Term. If, after good faith attempts, the Lessor and Lessee cannot agree on a figure representing Market Rent within thirty (30) days after Lessee has delivered the Extension Notice, then either party, upon written notice to the other, may request appraisal and arbitration of the issue as provided in this section. Within fourteen (14) days of the request for arbitration, each party shall submit to the other the name of one unrelated individual or entity with proven expertise in the leasing of commercial real estate in greater Boston/Cambridge to serve as that party’s appraiser. Each appraiser shall be paid by the party selecting him or it. The two appraisers shall each submit their final reports to the parties within thirty (30) days of their selection making their determination as to Market Rent (subject however, to the Extension Rent Floor). The two appraisers shall meet within the next fourteen (14) days to reconcile their reports and collaboratively determine the Market Rent. They shall each make their determination in writing (subject however, to the Extension Rent Floor), including a statement if such is the case, that they are at an impasse. Such a statement of impasse shall be submitted to the parties along with the Market Rent figure which each appraiser has selected and his reasons and substantiation therefor. The appraisers, in case of an impasse, shall also agree on one unrelated individual or entity with expertise in commercial real estate in greater Boston, who shall evaluate the reports of the two original appraisers and within fourteen (14) days of submission of the issue to him, make his own determination as to a figure representing Market Rent (subject however, to the Extension Rent Floor). The determination of this individual or entity (i.e. arbitrator) absent, fraud, bias or undue prejudice shall be binding upon the parties. Annual Base Rent and Additional Rent during any Extended Term shall be payable in advance, in equal monthly installments on the first day of each calendar month. Lessee, in addition to the sums payable annually to Lessor as Annual Base Rent, shall pay to Lessor for each year of the Second Extension Period, as Additional Rent, Lessee’s Allocable Percentage (as determined by the approximate total rentable space leased) for Operating Expenses, Real Estate Taxes and utilities as contemplated in Section 4 hereof (and as may be impacted by Section 8 hereof).

  • Rental Value means Business Income that consists of:

  • Index Start Date means 19 January 2015.

  • Benchmark Replacement Date means the earliest to occur of the following events with respect to the then-current Benchmark:

  • Selected Firm means the firm who is selected by the City and to whom the City Council/City Manager awards a contract for the services or commodities requested in this solicitation.

  • Value engineering change proposal (VECP means a proposal that--

  • Market Rules means the rules made under section 32 of the Electricity Act;

  • Projected PJM Market Revenues means a component of the Market Seller Offer Cap calculated in accordance with Tariff, Attachment DD, section 6. Proportional Multi-Driver Project: “Proportional Multi-Driver Project” shall have the same meaning provided in the Operating Agreement. Pseudo-Tie:

  • Quotes Base means Quotes Flow information stored on the Server.

  • FMV is the closing price of the Association's common stock on The Nasdaq Stock Market, or on whatever other stock exchange or market such stock is publicly traded, on the date the Executive's employment terminates or, if such day is not a day on which such securities are traded, on the most recent preceding trading day on which a trade occurs, provided however that if the restricted stock is a security other than the Association's common stock, the fair market value of a share of stock of the same class as the stock granted under such plan, determined as of the date of termination of employment shall be utilized; and

  • Fair Market Rent for the Subject Leased Property means for any Renewal Term shall mean an amount determined as follows: Landlord shall designate an independent MAI appraiser to determine the Fair Market Rent of the Subject Leased Property for the applicable Renewal Term within twenty (20) days after Tenant’s notice of its exercise of the applicable renewal option. Within thirty (30) days after selection of Landlord’s appraiser, Landlord shall notify Tenant of the determination made by Landlord’s appraiser with respect to the Fair Market Rent. Tenant shall then have ten (10) days to dispute such determination and to select its own independent MAI appraiser. In the event that Tenant fails to select its appraiser within such ten (10) day period, the determination of Landlord’s appraiser shall constitute such Fair Market Rent. Within ten (10) days after selection of Tenant’s appraiser, the two appraisers shall meet and attempt to agree as to the Fair Market Rent for the Subject Leased Property for the Renewal Term in question. In the event that such appraisers are unable to agree as to such Fair Market Rent then: (i) if the difference between the two determinations is less than five percent (5%) of the lower determination, then the average of the two determinations shall be deemed to constitute such Fair Market Rent; or (ii) if the difference between the two determinations is equal to or greater than five percent (5%) of the lower determination, then the two appraisers shall jointly select a third independent MAI appraiser, which appraiser shall select which of the determinations of the first two appraisers shall constitute such Fair Market Rent. Such third appraiser shall not have the right to vary or modify the determinations of the appraisers selected by Landlord and Tenant. Any appraiser selected pursuant to this paragraph must have at least ten (10) years experience in appraising commercial real estate in the area in which the Subject Leased Property is located. The appraisers shall not have the right to amend, modify or vary any of the terms of this Lease and the determination of the appraisers in accordance with this paragraph shall be final, binding and conclusive upon Landlord and Tenant. ]

  • Index Price on a given date shall mean the weighted average (weighted in accordance with the factors listed above) of the closing prices of the companies composing the Index Group.

  • Technical Dispute has the meaning specified in Section 12.2;

  • Sound level meter means an instrument which includes a microphone, amplifier, RMS detector, integrator or time averager, output meter, and weighting networks used to measure sound pressure levels.

  • IESO Market Rules means the rules made under section 32 of the Electricity Act, 1998 (Ontario), together with all market manuals, policies and guidelines issued by the IESO.