Vendor Agreement definition

Vendor Agreement means each agreement between HEALTHeLINK and a Vendor respecting that Vendor’s provision of software or hardware and/or performance of related services.
Vendor Agreement. Wherein applicable, any one of the following agreements executed by the Borrower for the Property, such as: (a) the sale and purchase agreement with the developer and/or proprietor / seller for the purchase of the Property; (b) the construction / renovation agreement with the contractor for the construction / renovation of the Property; or (c) the existing facility / loan agreement with a financier where the Property is placed as security for facilities granted to the Borrower.

Examples of Vendor Agreement in a sentence

  • The invoice submitted for payment to SFWIB must be signed and dated by an authorized party; authorized parties are documented on the Organizational Responsibility Form submitted with the Training Vendor Agreement.


More Definitions of Vendor Agreement

Vendor Agreement means the agreement between the department and a vendor that must be entered into and signed before child care payments paid to the vendor under the Child Care Subsidy Program can be authorized.
Vendor Agreement means a signed agreement between MaineHousing and a Vendor that contains terms and conditions by which the Vendor will provide Home Energy to Eligible Households.
Vendor Agreement means the agreement between the Department and a child care vendor that must be entered into and signed before child care payments under the Child Care Subsidy Program can be authorized.
Vendor Agreement means an agreement between the state and a child care vendor that must be signed by all vendors before child care payments can be authorized.
Vendor Agreement shall have the meaning set forth in Section 2.1(d).