Special Conditions definition

Special Conditions means Special Conditions of Contract, which override the General Conditions, also referred to as SCC.
Special Conditions means those conditions, if any, set forth in Section 13 of the Loan Authorization Agreement.
Special Conditions means the special conditions, which are included in the RFP.

Examples of Special Conditions in a sentence

  • Special Conditions for underground work are set out in the Memorandum of Agreement.

  • Previous relevant experience: 3 contracts Name of previous contracts Client & Reference Contact Details including e-mail Contract Value Period of activity Types of activities undertaken Bidder’s Declaration Yes No ☐ ☐ Requirements and Terms and Conditions: I/We have read and fully understand the RFQ, including the RFQ Information and Data, Schedule of Requirements, the General Conditions of Contract, and any Special Conditions of Contract.

More Definitions of Special Conditions

Special Conditions means the documents containing terms and conditions, which may be unique to the Project. Special Conditions are a part of the Contract Documents and have precedence over these Uniform General and Supplementary Conditions.
Special Conditions. , shall mean any additions to, departure from and/or amendment of the General Conditions as set out in the Special Conditions of Contract forming part of the Bid Documents. Should any special conditions conflict with the General Conditions, the Special Conditions shall apply.
Special Conditions means any addition to or departure from or amendment of these Standard Conditions as set out in Annexure “A”: Alterations by Tenderer hereof.
Special Conditions means the terms and conditions of ASM GLOBAL’s Business Diversity Program as
Special Conditions. The conditions contained in the section of this Agreement headed “Special Conditions”;
Special Conditions means the terms and conditions of the Authority’s Business Diversity Program as set forth in this document.