Properly definition

Properly means that it has to be for expenses you have incurred on behalf of the co-operative, e.g. purchasing tools for the co-operative, that you would not have otherwise incurred. See also Rule 34 which generalises this.
Properly filed a petition seeking reorganization, readjustment, arrangements, composition or similar relief for Borrower under the Bankruptcy Laws of any jurisdiction, or any other similar applicable law, and such decree or order shall have continued undischarged or unstayed for a period of thirty (30) days; and

Examples of Properly in a sentence

  • Properly identified information that has been designated confidential, trade secret, or proprietary by the Bidder will not be disclosed except as may be required by the Freedom of Information Law or other applicable State and federal laws.

  • Properly dispose of all materials trapped by erosion control devices at approved sites off the right of way obtained by the Contractor at no additional cost to the Department (See Special Note for Waste and Borrow).

  • Properly maintaining and retaining company records is of the utmost importance.

  • Properly co-ordinate their work with the work of other Contractors.

  • Properly submitted Qualifications will not be returned to respondents.


More Definitions of Properly

Properly means in an appropriate manner87 and, being additional to the wordcarefully’, may require the carrier to go beyond merely exercising care.88
Properly means that the combustion process must meet the follo- wing requirements:
Properly means " suitably, fitly, rightly, [or] correctly." WEBSTER'S THIRD NEW INTERNATIONAL DICTIONARY OF THE ENGLISH
Properly filed "Texas Request for Approval of High Cost Gas Exemption or Reduced Tax Rate" on Form AP-180 ("Form AP-180") for the properties described ------------ on Section 4.27 to the Cody Disclosure Schedule, that entitle Cody Energy or its Subsidiaries to the claimed severance tax refunds;
Properly means as deemed proper by the building inspector under the regulations of this Article or deemed proper by an authority designated by law or this chapter.
Properly means to adopt a system which is sound in light of all the knowledge which the carrier has or ought to have about the nature of the goods106 and circumstances during the voyage107. In the instant case, the master was aware of the high pour point of the
Properly means received in a usable format.