Technical Specifications means the specifications and performance parameters developed by Licensor for the Licensed Product.
Examples of Technical Specifications in a sentence
Ship will comply with the provisions of the Laws, Rules, Regulations and Recommendations mentioned in the Technical Specifications, published and in force at the signature of this Contract .
To demonstrate that the Power Curve Guarantee has been fulfilled, the Buyer may elect at its own expense to cause the Units identified by the Buyer prior to the Commercial Operation of the first Unit (the Nominated Units as described in further detail in Appendix A, Technical Specifications) to be tested by an independent engineer reasonably acceptable to the Seller.
Unless otherwise agreed to by the Seller, the Buyer only has the right to install and use such number of copies of the Software as are contemplated in the Technical Specifications and Documentation together with such additional copies as are necessary to maintain the hot back-up and spare capabilities reasonably deemed necessary by the Buyer.
If any Equipment or Service, or any portion of either, becomes the subject of a Claim, the Seller may, at its option, (a) procure for the Buyer the right to continue using such Equipment or Service, or any portion thereof; or (b) modify or replace it in whole or in part with Equipment or Services that meet all applicable Technical Specifications so as to make it non-infringing.
If a Project is tested in accordance with this Contract and the Technical Specifications, and subject to the conditions therein specified, the Seller guarantees that during the Warranty Period such Project will achieve *** percent (***%) of the energy yield computed on the basis of the theoretical characteristic performance curve included in Appendix A (the Power Curve Guarantee).