Usable definition

Usable means playable and (where applicable) movable; and “unusable” shall mean neither playable nor movable.
Usable means available and capable of being used for agricultural, horticultural, aquacultural and forestry production activities.

Examples of Usable in a sentence

  • Usable kitchens and bathrooms such that an individual in a wheelchair can maneuver about the space.

  • The certificate shall: (i) include the date(s) when the measurements were done; (ii) specify the Net Usable Square Feet; and (iii) state that the Net Usable Square Feet were determined based upon the Commonwealth's net usable square footage definition.

  • Lessee shall have the right to use any space within the Premises in excess of the Net Usable Square Feet without the requirement to pay any additional rent, costs or charges.

  • In the event the actual net usable square feet is less than the Net Usable Square Feet, then, Lessee shall have the right to (i) reduce the amount of Net Usable Square Feet and pay for the reduced amount of the Net Usable Square Feet; or (ii) terminate the Lease without liability for any costs or future rent, if Lessee determines, in its sole judgment, that the actual amount of Net Usable Square Feet provided is insufficient to meet Lessee’s needs.

  • Provide Lessee with a written certificate from Lessor’s architect/engineer that shall include a sealed set of drawings showing, in red, any changes in the dimension of the Premises, or in the Net Usable Square Feet, from the last set of drawings which Lessor provided to the DGS/BRE.

More Definitions of Usable

Usable shall be synonymous with "rentable" in this document.
Usable. Complies with the applicable rules and regulations of the Act including, without limitation, Rule 3-12 of Regulation S-X and Item 512 of Regulation S-K.
Usable. Area (square feet) shall mean the actual occupiable area of the Premises provided for the exclusive use of the Tenant, and is measured to the Tenant side of corridor or Building Shell partitions, to the nominal glass line at the exterior of the building whether or not the entire wall is glass, and to the middle of partitions demising the Premises from an adjoining rentable Premise. Columns are included within the Usable Area at no reduction of area.
Usable means the floor area in a building after deducting the area occupied by common areas, such as lobbies, amenity spaces, corridors, stairs, elevators, vertical shafts, restrooms, janitor/supply closets and utility/service rooms. The area shall be determined by measuring, at the exterior wall, to the centerline of glazed walls and inside of dominant solid walls. On interior walls, measurements shall be taken from the inside face of walls abutting all common areas, and centerline of walls abutting another tenanted space. AFFORDABLE UNITSTOWN CENTER Two Bedroom 70 Three Bedroom 70 AFFORDABLE UNITS – WESTERN AREA As required by U.H.A.C. at N.J.A.C. 5:80-26.32 SUPPORTIVE HOUSING 32 units/bedrooms
Usable square footage (or area) shall have the meanings ascribed to them by the Building Owners and Managers Association International as the "American National Standard", as amended, modified so as to include within rentable area not only the tenant's prorata portion of the common and service areas on the floor on which the Premises is located, but also its prorata portion of the common and service areas serving the Building generally (such as, by way of example, lobbies, loading docks, connecting tunnels and corridors, mechanical rooms, janitorial closets, electrical and telephone closets, vending areas and the like). For purposes of this Lease the rentable area of the Premise, if a full floor, is the rentable area of that floor plus a proportionate part of the common and service areas serving the Building generally. If the Premises are not a full floor the rentable area of the Premises is determined by multiplying the usable area of the Premises as determined by Landlord by the Factor.
Usable means usable by the Tenant for the purposes contemplated by this Lease; (c) “Landlord’s Work” and “Tenant’s Work” means the work described as Landlord’s Work and Tenant’s Work respectively. Landlord’s Work: