Original Condition definition

Original Condition means the condition of the emission control system(s) as installed by the manufacturer, but not necessarily to the original level of effectiveness;
Original Condition means the original state and condition of the Premises as indicated in the plans and drawings furnished or to be furnished by the Landlord to the Tenant when possession of the Premises are handed to the Tenant by the Landlord.

Examples of Original Condition in a sentence

  • NEVER Open Machine During Operation.DO NOT Wear Gloves While Operating.DO NOT Tamper With, Bypass, Alter, or Modify This Equipment in Any Way From Its Original Condition.

  • NEVER Bypass, Alter, or Modify This Equipment in Any Way From Its Original Condition.

  • Restoration of the Property to its Original Condition (including damage caused by removal of the Trade Fixtures) also shall be made at Tenant’s expense.

  • This approach is then applied specifically to property management software, to give the potential buyer insight into the questions to be asked when determining his requirements.

  • Where You elect to return or swap Your Mobile Device in accordance with the 30-Day Swap or Return Option, We will (upon receipt of that Mobile Device) undertake the Returned Device Assessment to determine whether the Mobile Device is in Original Condition and We will promptly notify You of the result of the Returned Device Assessment (and the reasons for that assessment).


More Definitions of Original Condition

Original Condition means the original state and condition of the Premises on the date you first took possession of the Premises under this Lease as shown in the plans and drawings we have given or will give you, but not including the Tenant's Works or any works that previous tenants have carried out.
Original Condition means the site conditions existing prior to the construction and operation of an oil and gas waste facility.
Original Condition has the meaning given in clause 5.5.
Original Condition means the bare state and original condition of the Premises as at the Possession Date (as hereinafter defined) without any fixtures, fittings, renovations, additions, alterations, improvements made or installed in the Premises by the Tenant or taken over by the Tenant, and includes the concrete topping, sprinklers and all fixtures and fittings originally provided by the Landlord; Outstanding Debt means all sums which are or at any time may be or become due from or owing by the Tenant to the Landlord, whether as Security Deposit, Rent, Service Charge, GST, interest, penalty or otherwise, whether actually or contingently, which the Tenant has covenanted or is liable to pay or discharge, under or in connection with this Tenancy Agreement; Possession Date means the date referred to in Clause 2.2;