Visible evidence of mold definition

Visible evidence of mold means the existence of mold in the dwelling unit that is visible to the naked eye by the landlord or tenant in areas within the interior of the dwelling unit readily accessible at the time of the move-in inspection.
Visible evidence of mold means the existence of mold in the dwelling unit that is visible to the
Visible evidence of mold means the existence of mold in the residential dwelling unit that is visible

Related to Visible evidence of mold

  • Visible emissions means any emissions, which are visually detectable without the aid of instruments, coming from RACM or asbestos-containing waste material, or from any asbestos milling, manufacturing, or fabricating operation. This does not include condensed, uncombined water vapor.

  • Responsible adult means a parent, guardian or other adult specifically authorized by law or authorized by a parent or guardian to have custody or control of a minor.

  • Environmental Conditions means the presence in the environment, including the soil, groundwater, surface water or ambient air, of any Hazardous Material at a level which exceeds any applicable standard or threshold under any Environmental Law or otherwise requires investigation or remediation (including, without limitation, investigation, study, health or risk assessment, monitoring, removal, treatment or transport) under any applicable Environmental Laws.

  • Phase I Environmental Report means a report by an Independent Person who regularly conducts environmental site assessments in accordance with then current standards imposed by institutional commercial mortgage lenders and who has a reasonable amount of experience conducting such assessments.

  • Responsible agency means a public agency, which proposes to carry out or approve a project, for which [a] Lead Agency is preparing or has prepared an EIR or Negative Declaration. For the purposes of CEQA, the term “responsible agency” includes all public agencies other than the Lead Agency, which have discretionary approval power over the project. (Section 15381)

  • certification body means a body, including product or quality systems certification bodies, that may be designated by one Party in accordance with this Part to conduct certification on compliance with the other Party's standards and/or specifications to meet relevant mandatory requirements; d) "conformity assessment" means any activity concerned with determining directly or indirectly that standards and/or specifications to meet relevant mandatory requirements are fulfilled; e) "conformity assessment body" means a body that conducts conformity assessment activities and includes test facilities and certification bodies; f) "designating authority" means a body as specified under this Part, established in the territory of a Party with the necessary authority to designate, monitor, suspend or withdraw designation of conformity assessment bodies within its jurisdiction, unless the Parties agree otherwise to designate conformity assessment bodies within a non-Party; g) "designation" means the authorisation by a designating authority of a conformity assessment body to undertake specified conformity assessment activities; h) "designate" has an equivalent meaning to "designation"; i) "mandatory requirements" means the legislative, regulatory and administrative requirements of either Party that are the subject of this Part; j) "regulatory authority" means an entity that exercises a legal right to control the import, use or supply of products within a Party's territory and may take enforcement action to ensure that products marketed within its territory comply with that Party's mandatory requirements including assessments of manufacturers of products; k) "Product Chapter" is a chapter of Annex 4 to this Agreement, which specifies the implementation arrangements in respect of a specific product sector; l) "specifications" means detailed descriptions of requirements other than specified standards; m) "stipulated requirements" means the criteria set out in a Product Chapter for the designation of conformity assessment bodies; n) "supply" includes all forms of supply, whether or not for a consideration, and includes but is not limited to: (i) any transfer of the whole property in any product; (ii) any transfer of possession of any product, whether or not under an agreement for sale; (iii) any transfer by way of a gift of a product made in the course or furtherance of any business; (iv) any transfer by way of a gift to an actual or potential customer of any business of an industrial or commercial sample in a form not ordinarily available for supply to the public; (v) any transfer by way of barter and exchange; (vi) any transfer by way of distribution, wholesale, retail, lease, hire or hire-purchase; o) "test facility" means a facility, including independent laboratories, manufacturers' own test facilities or government testing bodies, that may be designated by one Party's designating authority in accordance with this Part to undertake tests on compliance with the other Party's standards and/or specifications to meet mandatory requirements.