Subject Matter definition

Subject Matter means the Unit as finally described in the Sectional Plan, read together with the Register;
Subject Matter means the lands, buildings, fixed and portable assets and all duties and/or services related thereto, to be performed pursuant to the Contract.
Subject Matter means and include all methods, apparatus and materials used in the lining of sewers, tunnels, pipelines, and other passageways excepting those used to carry aromatic hydrocarbons in a gaseous state by impregnating an absorbent layer with a synthetic resin, and retaining such layer in place in such passageway while the layer cures or is cured.

Examples of Subject Matter in a sentence

  • The Contractor may deviate from the Junior, Journeyman, Senior, and Subject Matter Expert (SME) definitions in Section J.1., as long as the Contractor clearly identifies the deviation in their proposals.

  • A Subject Matter Expert ("SME"), who attended the demonstration, slipped a note to Ms. Aasen, DOA's representative, stating that the SME "perceived" that Evaluator X was "assisting" Skyward "in its responses to questions from the audience." Ms. Aasen privately spoke to Evaluator X about the note, after which Ms. Aasen concluded that nothing improper had occurred.

  • Gruner, In Search of the Undiscovered Country: The Challenge of Describing Patentable Subject Matter, 23 SANTA CLARA COMPUTER & HIGH TECH.

  • Background Of Subject Matter Recommendation TypeBudgetedThis agreement allows Maercker to exercise their option to renew their lease for space at Westmont Centre for an additional 3 years.

  • Appraisal Subject Matter Electives (20 hours) which shall include six (6) hours of the Florida laws and rules.


More Definitions of Subject Matter

Subject Matter means a collective reference to the Property, the Exclusive Use Areas (where applicable) and an undivided share in the common property as apportioned to the unit in accordance with the participation quota/s to be determined in accordance with the Sectional Titles Act;
Subject Matter in an interpleader proceeding shall mean (1) in the case of a claimant the amount of the value of the goods his claim to which is allowed, plus the amount of the damages (if any) adjudged, (2) in the case of an execution creditor the amount of the value of the goods seized, plus the amount of the damages (if any) claimed, and (3) in the case of a bailiff, the amount of the damages claimed.
Subject Matter means compliance with the HIPAA Rules and with the HITECH Act.
Subject Matter means areas in which a teacher holds a license issued by the State Department of Education
Subject Matter means areas in which a teacher holds a license issued by the Minnesota Department of Education. Only those licenses actually received by the Superintendent's office or verified at the Minnesota Department of Education, Personnel Licensing Section, for filing by February 1 of each year shall be considered for purposes of determining layoff with areas of licensure for the following school year.
Subject Matter will mean compliance with the HIPAA Rules and with the HITECH Act.