Warranties definition

Warranties. - means collectively any and all warranties (if any) given by the Bidder in terms of this agreement.
Warranties means all warranties, guaranties, indemnities and claims for the benefit of Seller with respect to the Hotel, the Property or any portion thereof, including, without limitation, all warranties and guaranties of the development, construction, completion, installation, equipping and furnishing of the Hotel, and all indemnities, bonds and claims of Seller related thereto.
Warranties means collectively any and all warranties listed and otherwise (if any) given by the Bidder in term of this agreement.

Examples of Warranties in a sentence

  • CONFIDENTIALITY 52 22.1 Confidentiality 52 22.2 Term 52 22.3 Confidential Information 53 22.4 Scope 53 22.5 Release of Confidential Information 53 22.6 Rights 53 22.7 No Warranties 53 22.8 Standard of Care 54 22.9 Order of Disclosure 54 22.10 Termination of Agreement 54 22.11 Remedies 54 22.12 Disclosure to FERC, its Staff, or a State 55 22.13 Required Notices Upon Requests or Demands for Confidential Information 55 ARTICLE 23.

  • Provisions of this Agreement that by their nature should apply beyond their terms will remain in force after any termination or expiration of this Agreement including, but not limited to, Sections 22 (Warranty Limitations), 23 (Customer’s Exclusive Remedy), 24 (Disclaimer of Warranties), 25 (Limitation of Liability), 27 (Confidentiality), 28 (Indemnity), 34 (Interpretation), 38 (Applicable Law/Venue), 39 (Waiver of Jury Trial), 40 (Dispute Resolution), 41 (Enforcement) and 42 (Survival).

  • The ESCO shall promptly correct any Work rejected by the City for failing to conform with the Contract Documents in accordance with Article 8 (Warranties), whether observed before or after final acceptance by the PEA and whether or not the Selected ECM is fabricated, installed, or completed.

  • Except as provided in the sections titled Warranties and Mutual Indemnification, the parties’ rights and remedies under this Agreement are cumulative.

  • Warranties in the Design-Build Documents shall survive completion, acceptance and final payment.


More Definitions of Warranties

Warranties as references to present and future facts; and to “undertakings” as references to obligations under this Framework Agreement;
Warranties means the warranties set out in schedule 3.
Warranties means either restriction or obligation that the Policy imposes on You. A breach of a warranty will entitle Us to reject the claim for loss or damage or liability.
Warranties as references to present and future facts; and to “undertakings” as references to obligations under this Framework Agreement; references to “Clauses” and “Framework Schedules” are, unless otherwise provided, references to the clauses and schedules of this Framework Agreement and references in any Framework Schedule to paragraphs, parts, annexes and tables are, unless otherwise provided, references to the paragraphs, parts, annexes and tables of the Framework Schedule or the part of the Framework Schedule in which the references appear; any reference to this Framework Agreement includes Framework Schedule 1 (Definitions) and the Framework Schedules; and the headings in this Framework Agreement are for ease of reference only and shall not affect the interpretation or construction of this Framework Agreement. Subject to Clauses 1.2.3 and 1.2.4, in the event and to the extent only of a conflict between any of the provisions of this Framework Agreement, the conflict shall be resolved, in accordance with the following descending order of precedence: the Clauses and Framework Schedule 1 (Definitions); Framework Schedules 1 to 20 and 22 inclusive; Framework Schedule 21 (Tender). If there is any conflict between the provisions of this Framework Agreement and provisions of any Call Off Contract, the provisions of this Framework Agreement shall prevail over those of the Call Off Contract save that: any refinement to the Template Order Form and Template Call Off Terms permitted for the purposes of a Call Off Contract under Clause 4 and Framework Schedule 5 (Call Off Procedure) shall prevail over Framework Schedule 4 (Template Order Form and Template Call –Off Terms); and subject to Clause 1.2.4, the Call Off Contract shall prevail over Framework Schedule 21 (Tender). Where Framework Schedule 21 (Tender) contains provisions which are more favourable to the Authority in relation to the rest of the Framework Agreement, such provisions of the Tender shall prevail. The Authority shall in its absolute and sole discretion determine whether any provision in the Tender is more favourable to it in relation to this Framework Agreement.
Warranties means either restriction or obligation that the Takaful Certificate imposes on the Takaful Participant. A breach of a warranty will entitle the Company to reject the claim for loss or damage or liability.
Warranties means the representation, warranties and undertakings as set out in Clause 5 and Schedule 4;
Warranties has the meaning set forth in Section 12.1A.