Standard Form Contracts definition

Standard Form Contracts means written contracts specific to various types of commonly procured goods and services that are drafted by the Prosecuting Attorney's Office. Copies of the Standard Form Contracts are available on the Intranet under County Forms.
Standard Form Contracts means those form agreements attached to Schedule 4.1.24(c).
Standard Form Contracts means those Contracts between the Company and/or its Subsidiaries on the one hand and a third party on the other hand for (1) the non-exclusive right of end users or customers for the use of Company Products, and (2) non-disclosure agreements, in each case, in the form(s) therefor on Schedule 1.1(pppp).

Examples of Standard Form Contracts in a sentence

David Slawson, Standard Form Contracts and Democratic Control of Lawmaking Power, 84 HARV.

Russell Korobkin, Bounded Rationality, Standard Form Contracts, and Unconscionability, 70 U.

This is to certify that I have carefully reviewed the City of Ventura’s Instructions to Vendor, City of San Buenaventura General Provisions for Standard Form Contracts, and attached specifications on INVITATION FOR BID NO.

David Slawson, Standard Form Contracts and Democratic Control of Lawmaking Power, 84 Harv.

Becher, Behavioral Science and Consumer Standard Form Contracts, 68 LA.

Slain, Standard Form Contracts and Contract Schemas: A Preliminary Investigation of the Effects of Exculpatory Clauses on Consumers’ Propensity to Sue, 15 BEHAV.

Becher & Esther Unger-Aviram, The Law of Standard Form Contracts: Misguided Intuitions and Suggestions for Reconstruction, 8 DEPAUL BUS.

Please also refer to the provisions of the Standard Form Contracts issued as Appendices C and D to the Procurement Announcement.

Korobkin, Bounded Rationality, Standard Form Contracts, and Unconscionability, 70 U.

David Horton, Flipping the Script: Contra Proferentem and Standard Form Contracts, 80 U.

Related to Standard Form Contracts

Standard form contract means a financial contract that is substantially not negotiable for the Client, except for the terms contained in point 11.C.
O&M Contract means the operation and maintenance contract that may be entered into between the Developer and the O&M Contractor for performance of all or any of the O&M obligations;
Special Contract Attachments means any attachment to this Contract.
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;
Common Billing Agreement means an agreement between the Appointee and any other person under which that person has undertaken to pay, on terms agreed between them, charges for water supply or sewerage services, or both, in respect of two or more Houses which have a common Supply Pipe and which, in any case where that agreement relates to one of those services only, are also subject to a similar agreement for common billing between that person and the undertaker providing the other service;
Business Contracts has the meaning ascribed to it in Section 1.01(a)(v).
Public contract means a sale or other disposal, or a purchase, lease, rental or other acquisition, by the College of personal property, services, including personal services, public improvements, public works, minor alterations, or ordinary repair or maintenance necessary to preserve a public improvement. (ORS 279A.010(1)(z)).
New Contracts means binding new agreements or amendments to existing agreements with customers.
Project Contracts means collectively this Agreement, the Land Lease Deed, the EPC Contract(s), the O&M Contract(s) and any other material contract (other than the Financing Documents) entered into or may hereafter be entered into by the Authorisee in connection with the Project;
Deviate sexual intercourse means sexual conduct between persons not married to each other consisting of contact between the penis and the anus, the mouth and the penis, or the mouth and the vulva.
Initial Contracts means those Contracts conveyed to the Trust on the Closing Date.
Master Contract means the CATS Master Contract between the Maryland Department of Budget and Management andTO Contractor dated December 19, 2005.
Service Contracts means contracts or agreements, such as maintenance, supply, service or utility contracts.
Customer Contracts shall have the meaning set forth in Section 3.17(c).
Commercial Contract means any written contract to which a Borrower is a party (other than a Government Contract or Government Subcontract) which gives rise or may give rise to Receivables.
Interconnection Agreements means, collectively, (a) an agreement by and among Owner, TransÉnergie and ISO-NE that sets forth such parties’ respective rights and obligations following the interconnection at the U.S. Border of the NECEC Transmission Line with the Québec Line and (b) an agreement by and between Owner and ISO-NE that sets forth such parties’ respective rights and obligations following the interconnection at the Delivery Point of the NECEC Transmission Line with certain transmission facilities operated by ISO-NE. The Interconnection Agreements shall address cost responsibilities among entities other than the Distribution Company and the other RFP Sponsors and shall include provisions, both technical and otherwise, for safe and reliable interconnected operations of the HVDC Transmission Project following Commercial Operation (including use of the HVDC Transmission Project for the delivery of electric power in emergency circumstances).
Architect’s Agreement means any agreement that Borrower and any Architect from time to time may execute pursuant to which Borrower engages such Architect to design any portion of the Improvements, including the preparation of the Plans and Specifications, as approved by Funding Lender.
Commercial Agreements means all or any Agreement or Agreements with any third party including but not limited to broadcasting, media, sponsorship, marketing, merchandising, licensing and advertising, for the general promotion of each or any of the Clubs in the Competition and the Company, and which have the object of promoting the welfare and general commercial interest and increasing the financial resources of each of the Clubs, the Company and the Competition.
Existing Contracts means the existing licenses and contracts given by the Railway Administration / Authority, in relation to commercial establishments, as existing on Station Development Land, as on the date of the Agreement, and as further set out in the Schedules, which shall, for avoidance of doubt, exclude any licenses and/ or contracts in relation to any Excluded Activities and/or Railway Operational Activities;
Training Agreement means an agreement registered under the provisions of the Industrial and Commercial Training Act 1985.
Schedule of Contracts means the list or lists of Contracts attached as Schedule A to this Agreement, which Contracts are being transferred to the Owner Trustee as part of the Trust Estate, which list or lists shall set forth the following information with respect to each such Contract in numbered columns:
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.
Schedule of Assumed Executory Contracts and Unexpired Leases means the schedule (including any amendments or modifications thereto), if any, of the Executory Contracts and Unexpired Leases to be assumed or assumed and assigned by the Debtors or the Reorganized Debtors, as applicable, pursuant to the Plan, as set forth in the Plan Supplement, as amended by the Debtors from time to time in accordance with the Plan, which shall be in form and substance acceptable to the Debtors.
Job order contracting means a project delivery method in which:
Project Contract means a Project Contract as such term is defined in the RfP; “Proposal” means a Proposal as such term is defined in the RfP;
Standard Interface means an interface that either is an official standard defined by a recognized standards body, or, in the case of interfaces specified for a particular programming language, one that is widely used among developers working in that language.