Movable asset definition

Movable asset means a tangible or intangible asset, other than immovable property;
Movable asset means any tangible or intangible asset;
Movable asset means any machinery, tools, vehicles, supplies, trade fixtures or any other Infrastructure, Plantation or Processing Factory item that can be removed without causing material damage to the Project Area or any permanent structures thereon.

Examples of Movable asset in a sentence

  • Infrastructure: a) Immovable asset, which is acquired, constructed or results from construction operations; or b) Movable asset, which cannot function independently from purpose-built immoveable asset(s).

  • Movable asset accounting groups• Property, plant and equipment (which is broken down into groups of assets of a similar nature or function in the municipality’s operations); Class of movable PPEA class of movable PPE is defined as a group of assets of a similar nature or function.

  • Movable asset accounting groups Property, plant and equipment (which is broken down into groups of assets of a similar nature or function in the municipality’s operations); Class of movable PPEA class of movable PPE is defined as a group of assets of a similar nature or function.

  • To investigate this, the SAP estimate for irradiation in three locations (Camborne, Nottingham and Durham) were compared with PVGIS based estimates and measurements from UK Met Office stations at these sites.

  • Movable asset, which cannot function independently from purpose-built immoveable asset(s).

  • If the Government exercises its purchase right with respect to any Movable asset and related intellectual property, it shall pay the purchase price within 90 days of the date upon which such purchase price is established, against transfer by the Concessionaire to the Government of all of its right title and interest in such Movable asset.

  • If the Government does not exercise such purchase right as to any Movable asset included in the Property List by notice to the Concessionaire within 90 days after delivery of the list, then the Concessionaire may sell such asset to any Person for such price as it may be able to obtain therefore or remove such asset from Country.

  • Unless the Government notifies the Concessionaire that it disagrees with the Concessionaire’s fair market value estimates for a Movable asset (and related intellectual property) included in the Property List at or prior to the time it notifies the Concessionaire of its desire to acquire such asset, the Concessionaire’s valuation shall be final.

  • Movable asset classes that may serve as collateral have expanded from accounts receivable to machinery and equipment, inventory, warehouse receipts, intellectual property rights, right to charge, operating rights, and securities.

  • Movable asset (other than rolling stock) can be sold on book rate or reserve price whichever is higher, provided it is not to be replaced.

More Definitions of Movable asset

Movable asset means any movable property and includes:

Related to Movable asset

  • movable property means property of every description except immovable property;

  • depreciable asset means any tangible personal property or structural improvement to real property that—

  • immovable property shall have the meaning which it has under the law of the Contracting State in which the property in question is situated. The term shall in any case include property accessory to immovable property, livestock and equipment used in agriculture and forestry, rights to which the provisions of general law respecting landed property apply, usufruct of immovable property and rights to variable or fixed payments as consideration for the working of, or the right to work, mineral deposits, sources and other natural resources; ships, boats and aircraft shall not be regarded as immovable property.

  • Intangible Asset means any patent, trademark, trademark license, servicemark, servicemark license, computer software, trade name, masthead, brand name, slogan, copyright, reprint right, franchise, license, process, authorization, invention, know-how, formula, trade secret and other intangible asset, together with any pending application, continuation-in- part or extension therefor.

  • rateable property means property on which the municipality may in terms of Section 2 of the Property Rates Act 2004 levy a rate, but excluding property fully excluded from the levying of rates in terms of Section 17 of that Act.

  • Permitted Assets means any and all properties or assets that are used or useful in a Permitted Business (including Capital Stock in a Person that is a Restricted Subsidiary and Capital Stock in a Person whose primary business is a Permitted Business that shall become a Restricted Subsidiary immediately upon the acquisition of such Capital Stock by the Issuer or by a Restricted Subsidiary, but excluding any other securities).

  • newly rateable property means any rateable property on which property rates were not levied before the end of the financial year preceding the date on which this Act took effect, excluding –

  • Capital Equipment means machinery and equipment purchased or leased, and used in this state by the purchaser or lessee primarily for manufacturing, fabricating, mining, or refining tangible personal property to be sold ultimately at retail if the machinery and equipment are essential to the integrated production process of manufacturing, fabricating, mining, or refining. Capital equipment also includes machinery and equipment used primarily to electronically transmit results retrieved by a customer of an online computerized data retrieval system.

  • Replacement Assets means (1) tangible non-current assets that will be used or useful in a Permitted Business or (2) substantially all the assets of a Permitted Business or a majority of the Voting Stock of any Person engaged in a Permitted Business that will become on the date of acquisition thereof a Restricted Subsidiary.

  • Permitted Asset Swap means the substantially concurrent purchase and sale or exchange of Related Business Assets or a combination of Related Business Assets and Cash Equivalents between the Issuer or any of its Restricted Subsidiaries and another Person; provided that any Cash Equivalents received must be applied in accordance with Section 4.10 hereof.

  • Real Property Asset means, at any time of determination, any interest then owned by any Loan Party in any real property.

  • Portable x-ray equipment means x-ray equipment designed to be hand-carried.

  • Single Asset Entity means a Person (other than an individual) that (a) only owns a single Property; (b) is engaged only in the business of owning, developing and/or leasing such Property; and (c) receives substantially all of its gross revenues from such Property. In addition, if the assets of a Person consist solely of (i) Equity Interests in one or more Single Asset Entities that directly or indirectly own such single Property and (ii) cash and other assets of nominal value incidental to such Person’s ownership of the other Single Asset Entity, such Person shall also be deemed to be a Single Asset Entity for purposes of this Agreement.

  • Sale Assets has the meaning given such term in Section 5.2(b).

  • Real Property Assets means as to any Person as of any time, the real property assets (including, without limitation, interests in participating mortgages in which such Person’s interest therein is characterized as equity according to GAAP) owned directly or indirectly by such Person at such time.

  • Removable Installations means any items listed on Exhibit F attached hereto and any items agreed by Landlord in writing to be included on Exhibit F in the future, (y) “Tenant’s Property” means Removable Installations and, other than Installations, any personal property or equipment of Tenant that may be removed without material damage to the Premises, and (z) “Installations” means all property of any kind paid for by Landlord, all Alterations, all fixtures, and all partitions, hardware, built-in machinery, built-in casework and cabinets and other similar additions, equipment, property and improvements built into the Premises so as to become an integral part of the Premises, including, without limitation, fume hoods which penetrate the roof or plenum area, built-in cold rooms, built-in warm rooms, walk-in cold rooms, walk-in warm rooms, deionized water systems, glass washing equipment, autoclaves, chillers, built-in plumbing, electrical and mechanical equipment and systems, and any power generator and transfer switch.

  • Total Tangible Assets at any date of determination, the total amount of assets of the Guarantor and its Subsidiaries (without duplication and excluding any asset owned by the Guarantor or any Subsidiary that represents an obligation of the Guarantor or any other Subsidiary to such Subsidiary or Guarantor) after deducting therefrom all goodwill, trade names, trademarks, patents, licenses, copyrights and other intangible assets.

  • Eligible Asset An Asset:

  • Intangible Assets means assets that are considered to be intangible assets under GAAP, including customer lists, goodwill, computer software, copyrights, trade names, trademarks, patents, franchises, licenses, unamortized deferred charges, unamortized debt discount and capitalized research and development costs.

  • Mortgaged Real Property means any parcel of Real Property that shall become subject to a Mortgage after the Closing Date, in each case together with all of such Credit Party’s right, title and interest in the improvements and buildings thereon and all appurtenances, easements or other rights belonging thereto.

  • Net Tangible Assets means the total of all assets (including revaluations thereof as a result of commercial appraisals, price level restatement or otherwise) appearing on the Company’s balance sheet, net of applicable reserves and deductions, but excluding goodwill, trade names, trademarks, patents, unamortized debt discount and all other like intangible assets (which term shall not be construed to include such revaluations), less the aggregate of the Company’s current liabilities appearing on such balance sheet. For purposes of this definition, the Company's balance sheet does not include assets and liabilities of its subsidiaries.

  • Fleet Vehicle means one of a large group of New Vehicles sold to a Person (e.g., a rental car agency) which purchases in excess of ten (10) Vehicles per purchase contract for commercial use.

  • Tangible Assets means, at any date, the gross book value as shown by the accounting books and records of any Person of all its property both real and personal, less (i) the net book value of all its licenses, patents, patent applications, copyrights, trademarks, trade names, goodwill, non-compete agreements or organizational expenses and other like intangibles, (ii) unamortized Debt discount and expenses, (iii) all reserves for depreciation, obsolescence, depletion and amortization of its properties and (iv) all other proper reserves which in accordance with GAAP should be provided in connection with the business conducted by such Person.

  • Permitted Receivables Facility Assets means (i) Receivables (whether now existing or arising in the future) of the Company and its Subsidiaries which are transferred or pledged to the Receivables Entity pursuant to the Permitted Receivables Facility and any related Permitted Receivables Related Assets which are also so transferred or pledged to the Receivables Entity and all proceeds thereof and (ii) loans to the Company and its Subsidiaries secured by Receivables (whether now existing or arising in the future) and any Permitted Receivables Related Assets of the Borrower and its Subsidiaries which are made pursuant to the Permitted Receivables Facility.

  • Admitted assets means the amount thereof as of the last day of the most recently concluded annual statement year, computed in accordance with rule 191—5.6(505,515,520).

  • Related Assets means, with respect to any Vessel, (i) any insurance policies and contracts from time to time in force with respect to such Vessel, (ii) the Capital Stock of any Guarantor owning such Vessel and related assets, (iii) any requisition compensation payable in respect of any compulsory acquisition of such Vessel, (iv) any Earnings (other than Earnings payable to a Local Content Subsidiary) derived from the use or operation of such Vessel and/or any account to which such Earnings are deposited (with Earnings, when used in this clause (iv) with respect to any Vessel that is not a Collateral Vessel, meaning earnings of the type described in the definition “Earnings” with respect to such Vessel), (v) any charters, operating leases, Vessel purchase options and related agreements with respect to such Vessel entered into and any security or guarantee in respect of the charterer’s or lessee’s obligations under such charter, lease, Vessel purchase option or agreement, (vi) any cash collateral account established with respect to such Vessel pursuant to the financing arrangement with respect thereto, (vii) any building, conversion or repair contracts relating to such Vessel and any security or guarantee in respect of the builder’s obligations under such contract and (viii) any security interest in, or agreement or assignment relating to, any of the foregoing or any mortgage in respect of such Vessel and any asset reasonably related, ancillary or complementary thereto; provided that Related Assets shall not include Excluded Property.