Wilful Misconduct definition

Wilful Misconduct means intentional disregard of good and prudent standards of performance or proper conduct under the Contract with knowledge that it is likely to result in any injury to any person or persons or loss or damage of property.
Wilful Misconduct means any act or failure to act with an intentional disregard of any provision of this RFP/Contract, which a party knew or should have known if it was acting as a reasonable person, which would result in injury, damage to life, personal safety, real property, harmful consequences to the other party, but shall not include any error of judgment or mistake made in good faith.
Wilful Misconduct means intentional disregard of good and prudent standards of performance or proper conduct under the Contract with knowledge that it is likely to result in any injury to any person or persons or loss or damage of property. WITNESSETH: 1.0 a) The contractor hereby agrees to carry out the work set down in the Schedule of work which forms part-II of this Contract in accordance with the 1968 General Conditions of Contract of Oil India Limited and General Specifications read in conjunction with any drawings and Particular Specifications & instructions which forms Part-III of the contract utilizing any materials/services as offered by the Company as per Part-IV of the contract.b) In this Contract all words and expressions shall have the same meaning as are respectively assigned to them in the 1968 General Conditions of Contract of Oil India Limited which the Contractor has perused and is fully conversant with before entering into this Contract.c) The clauses of this contract and of the specifications set out hereunder shall be paramount and in the event of anything herein contained being inconsistent with any term or terms of the 1968 General Conditions of Contract of Oil India Limited, the said term or terms of the 1968 General conditions of Contract to the extent of such inconsistency, and no further, shall not be binding on the parties hereto. 2.0 The contractor shall provide all labour, supervision and transport and such specified materials described in part-II of the Contract including tools and plants as necessary for the work and shall be responsible for all royalties and other levies and his rates shall include for these. The work executed and materials supplied shall beto the satisfaction of the Company's Engineer and Contractor's rates shall include for all incidental and contingent work which although not specifically mentioned in this contract are necessary for its completion in a sound and workman like manner. 3.0 The Company's Engineer shall have power to:a) Reduce the rates at which payments shall be made if the quality of work although acceptable is not up to the required standard set forth in the OIL Standard Specifications which have been perused and fully understood by the Contractor.b) Order the Contractor to remove any inferior material from the site and to demolish or rectify any work of inferior workmanship, failing which the Company's Engineer may arrange for any such work to be demolished or rectified by any other means at the Contractor...

Examples of Wilful Misconduct in a sentence

  • The Supplier shall be entitled to claim the cost which it reasonably and necessarily incurs in making good any such damage to the extent that the negligent act or omission or Wilful Misconduct of the Principal or the Principal’s Personnel caused or contributed to the damage and/or the Principal failed to act reasonably to mitigate the damage.

  • In the absence of the Service Provider’s negligence, breach of the agreement or Wilful Misconduct, the Service Provider is not responsible for losses of the User’s Gas while Gas is in the Service Provider’s control and possession.

  • Each Party indemnifies the other for any loss arising out of its Gross Negligence or Wilful Misconduct.

  • The aggregate liability of the Service Provider and its Related Bodies Corporate in respect of the Transportation Agreement, excluding for the Gross Negligence or Wilful Misconduct of the Service Provider or its Related Bodies Corporate, will be limited to a monetary liability cap of 10 per cent of the contract value over the life of the Transportation Agreement.

  • If more than one Shipper delivers Off-spec Delivery Gas into the Trans- portation System, said Shippers will inter partes bear their own loss, damage, liability, costs or expense except in case of Gross Negligence or Wilful Misconduct by another Shipper.


More Definitions of Wilful Misconduct

Wilful Misconduct means any act or failure to act which was a deliberate and wrongful act or omission, or involved reckless disregard or wanton indifference to the likely consequences, including an intentional breach of this Contract.
Wilful Misconduct means an intentional and conscious disregard of any material provision of this Agreement, but does not include any error of judgment or mistake made by the person alleged to be culpable or by any director, employee, agent or contractor of that person in the exercise, in good faith, of any function, power, authority or discretion conferred on that person under this Agreement or under any law.
Wilful Misconduct means any act or failure to act with an intentional disregard of any provision of this Agreement, which a party knew or should have known if it was acting as a reasonable person, which would result in injury, damage to life, personal safety, real property, harmful consequences to the other party, but shall not include any error of judgment or mistake made in good faith.
Wilful Misconduct means an intentional disregard of any provision of this Contract which a Party knew or should have known if it was acting as a reasonable person, would result in harmful consequences to life, personal safety or real property of the other Party but shall not include any error of judgment or mistake made in good faith.
Wilful Misconduct means an intentional, knowing-conscious or reckless act or omission, the pernicious results of which are detrimental to the interest of the other party and shall also mean to include a conscious wilful act or conscious wilful failure to act which is deliberately committed with the intent to cause harm or injury to persons or property.
Wilful Misconduct means an intentional act or omission which is in disregard of (a) a known risk or a risk so obvious that it cannot be said one were truly unaware of it and (b) a risk so great that it is highly probable that harm will follow.
Wilful Misconduct means “dol”;