Scope of the Contract definition

Scope of the Contract means provision of Operations and Management of facilities in accordance with the terms & conditions set in by this bidding document.
Scope of the Contract means provision of works and establishment of facilities in accordance with the terms & conditions set in by this document i.e. Request for Proposal (RFP).
Scope of the Contract means the work, activities and/or materials or other goods or services to be provided, or caused to be provided, by or through the Contractor under the Agreement, as set out in further detail in the Contract Details.

Examples of Scope of the Contract in a sentence

  • Electrical System in the Scope of the Contract has been erected, installed and grouted as per specifications.

More Definitions of Scope of the Contract

Scope of the Contract. All negotiations, proposals, and agreements prior to the date of this Contract are merged herein and superseded hereby, there being no agreements, warranties, liabilities (negligence or otherwise), or understandings other than those written or specified in this Contract. This Contract constitutes the entire agreement between the parties. No obligation or covenant of good faith or fair dealing shall be implied or interpreted as conferring upon either party any right, duty, obligation, or benefit other than expressly set forth in this Contract, notwithstanding the fact that certain of the terms and conditions of this Contract may give either party discretion in the manner of performance under this Contract. No changes, modifications, or amendments to this Contract shall be valid unless agreed to by the parties in writing and signed by their authorized officers. Client and NRG represent that this Contract constitutes a bargained-for allocation of the full risks of loss and damages related to the Contract and that each party has relied on such provisions as being an effective and enforceable expression of, and limitation on, the rights and duties of the parties. Titles and headings used in this Contract are for ease of reference only and shall not be considered in interpreting this Contract. This Contract shall not be construed as granting any rights to any third party based on the theory of third party beneficiary or otherwise.
Scope of the Contract means all Works that the contractor will provide under contract terms.
Scope of the Contract means provision of facilities in accordance with the terms & conditions set in by this document
Scope of the Contract. THE LESSOR agrees to rent to THE LESSEE the Building described as follows:

Related to Scope of the Contract

  • Provider contract means any contract between a provider and a carrier (or a carrier's network,

  • Commencement Date of the Contract means the date of signing of the Contract between the Purchaser and the Contractor.

  • First-tier subcontract means a subcontract awarded directly by the Contractor for the purpose of acquiring supplies or services (including construction) for performance of a prime contract. It does not include the Contractor’s supplier agreements with vendors, such as long-term arrangements for materials or supplies that would benefit multiple contracts and/or the costs of which are normally applied to a Contractor’s general and administrative expenses or indirect cost.

  • Prospective contractor means a person who is subject to the competitive sealed proposal process set forth in the Procurement Code or is not required to submit a competitive sealed proposal because that person qualifies for a sole source or a small purchase contract.

  • Customer Contract means any Contract between any of the Seller Parties or any of their Subsidiaries on the one hand and a customer, distributor or dealer of Seller or any of its Subsidiaries on the other hand for the purchase, sale, distribution, marketing, servicing, support or manufacturing (or similar matters) of Printer Products.

  • Scope of Work means the description of Services and Deliverables specified in the Contract and as may be amended.

  • Cost-reimbursement contract means a contract under which a contractor is reimbursed for costs which are allowed and allocated in accordance with the contract terms and the provisions of this chapter, and a fee, if any.

  • sub-contract means the primary contractor’s assigning, leasing, making out work to, or employing, another person to support such primary contractor in the execution of part of a project in terms of the contract;

  • Charter contract means a fixed term, renewable contract between a charter school and an authorizer that outlines the roles, powers, responsibilities, and performance expectations for each party to the contract.

  • EPC Contract means the Seller’s engineering, procurement and construction contract with the EPC Contractor.