Signed Writing definition

Signed Writing means a writing signed by the party to be charged and does not include the body of an e-mail or other electronic document, although a Signed Writing may be attached to an e-mail or other electronic document.
Signed Writing means a physically signed writing or an express electronic approval by an Authorized Representative of Buyer.
Signed Writing means a written agreement between Seller and Buyer that has been signed by Seller and Buyer.

Examples of Signed Writing in a sentence

Supplier shall not replace reduced quantities without a Signed Writing.

Supplier shall not make any changes in the specifications, manufacturing location, subcontractors, suppliers, physical composition of, or processes used to manufacture the Deliverables without prior approval in a Signed Writing from Buyer's Supplier Quality Department.

Any such claim by Buyer of breach may only be rescinded in a Signed Writing.

In the event Seller's subcontracting of any of the work under any Order is approved by Purchaser on the face of an Order or Order amendment or in a Signed Writing by a Purchaser’s Authorized Representative, and as a condition to such approval, Seller shall provide Purchaser with written evidence that the subcontractor agrees to be bound by these Terms and Conditions and the Order.

Seller shall not subcontract any of its duties or obligations under any Order without prior approval by Purchaser on the face of an Order or Order amendment or in a Signed Writing by a Purchaser’s Authorized Representative.