Definition of Practical Completion

  1. Practical Completion means the practical completion of the Tenant's Works in accordance with the Building Contract and includes where appropriate partial practical completion of a phase or distinct part, and references to the date of Practical Completion are to the date stated in the certificate of Practical Completion issued by the Architect under the Building Contract.

Examples of Practical Completion in a sentence

  1. Part F. Price and Form of Payment In consideration of the Services performed by the Operator pursuant to this Agreement, Client shall pay in accordance with this Part F. In accordance to the Services prior to Practical Completion, described in Clause 4 of the part B, and the purchase of the Initial Basic Spares, the Operator, one month after the signature of the Agreement is done and at the request of the Operator, will invoice the Client the Advanced Payment.

Definition of Practical Completion in Agreement

Practical Completion means the practical completion of the Tenant's Works in accordance with the Building Contract and includes where appropriate partial practical completion of a phase or distinct part, and references to the date of Practical Completion are to the date stated in the certificate of Practical Completion issued by the Architect under the Building Contract.