Vendor Agreement means any contract entered into by Lessee and any Vendor for the acquisition, installation, maintenance and/or servicing of the Equipment.
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 any Purchase Order or other agreement in writing and executed by Buyer and Seller relating to Products, including this Agreement, advertising, point of sale, promotional service, promotional funding or other selling assistance agreements, buying or supply agreements, exclusivity agreements, letters of agreement, and any written amendments, waivers and consents relating to any of the foregoing.