Working Order definition

Working Order means the Equipment operates in accordance with the Operating Manuals;
Working Order means that they may function less efficiently than when “new.”
Working Order means that the Central Heating System or Boiler (depending on which Plan You have chosen) is safe and operating efficiently and is expected to continue in that way for the period up to the Expiry Date. This does not mean that Your Central Heating System or Boiler (as applicable) will be free from all defects (including, without limitation, Intermittent Defects).

Examples of Working Order in a sentence

  • The criteria for a Good Working Order Device and an Acceptable Damaged Device include, amongst other things, that Your Existing Device is not IMEI blocked.

  • This risk could be mitigated by ensuring eu- LISA has sufficient staff and resources to carry out these tasks and the ongoing management of the Maintenance in Working Order (MWO) contractor.

  • If the Equipment is returned to Company but not in Good Working Order and Condition, then Customer must pay the relevant Damage Charges to the Company in an amount calculated in accordance with the grading table set out in the Order Form.

  • The Hire Goods Must Be Returned By The Customer In Good Working Order And Condition (Fair Wear And Tear Excepted) And In A Clean Condition Together With All Insurance Policies, Licences, Registration And Other Documents Relating To The Hire Goods.

  • Xfinity Mobile will apply a Credit equal to the remainder of Your DPP balance for the Eligible Device in accordance with the Application of Credit section of these Terms and Conditions.If Your Device is not in Good Working Order, You may file a claim for a replacement Device under the Xfinity Mobile Protection Plan.

  • We reserve the right to recover full reimbursement from you for the reasonable cost and expense incurred by us to restore such Equipment to Good Working Order.

  • For Contracts entered into on or after 1 June 2018, within ten (10) days of the last day of the Term, or any earlier termination, the Customer must at its own expense (which includes all transport, insurance and related costs), deliver the Equipment to Company or any person nominated by Company in Good Working Order and Condition to a place nominated by Company.

  • Pedigree shall perform maintenance after proper notification by Client that any Hardware purchased from Pedigree is not in Good Working Order.

  • If In-Store or Self-Certify options are available, You must surrender the Eligible Device as follows:In-Store surrender: If You initiate Your Xfinity Mobile upgrade at a participating Xfinity Mobile or affiliated 3rd party store, and an authorized representative determines that Your Eligible Device is in Good Working Order, You will turn over Your Eligible Device to the authorized representative.

  • Pedigree's obligation is limited to restoring the Hardware to Good Working Order.

More Definitions of Working Order

Working Order means the Goods being in full operational use.
Working Order means an order which has been placed which instructs the Trading System to execute a trade when the market you have placed the order on reaches a specific price. This includes “stop” and “limit” orders.
Working Order means that said equipment, systems and appliances are functioning. It does not mean “like new”. "Working order" is to be verified by Buyer, and, if necessary, remedied prior to Buyer’s final walk through inspection. Seller shall not be required to clean or improve equipment, systems or appliances which are in working order. Buyer shall complete a final walk through inspection prior to closing and sign a final walk through form which, among other things, confirms that such inspection has been made, and that the Property, including but not limited to all equipment, systems, and appliances, is acceptable in “AS IS” condition unless otherwise specifically noted on the form.
Working Order for purposes of this Section 10.5 shall mean that at the time of transfer of title hereunder that each such asset shall be capable of performing its intended function or task without repair. This Section 10.5 is not a continuing warranty or guaranty, direct or implied, by the Seller or any successor in interest. Purchaser has the duty and burden to ascertain the working order of all assets prior to and as of the Closing. If no defects in working order for any asset are noticed in writing by the Purchaser to the Seller within ten (10) days of the Closing Date, then the Purchaser shall have and shall be deemed to have waived all claims, damages of any kind whatsoever, losses of any kind whatsoever or other liabilities of any kind whatsoever based upon or resulting from any defect or failure of working order of any asset sold hereunder to the Purchaser by the Seller.

Related to Working Order

  • Adopting Order means an order of the Bureau adopting the terms of this Consent Decree without change, addition, deletion, or modification.

  • Financing Order means an order of the commission approving the issuance of securitization bonds and the creation of securitization charges and any corresponding utility rate reductions.

  • Bankruptcy Court means the United States Bankruptcy Court for the District of Delaware.

  • Preliminary Approval Order means the order, substantially in the form attached hereto as Exhibit A, to be entered by the Court preliminarily approving the Settlement and directing that notice of the Settlement be provided to the Settlement Class.

  • Final Order means an order or judgment of the Bankruptcy Court, or court of competent jurisdiction with respect to the subject matter, as entered on the docket in any Chapter 11 Case or the docket of any court of competent jurisdiction, and as to which the time to appeal, or seek certiorari or move for a new trial, reargument, or rehearing has expired and no appeal or petition for certiorari or other proceedings for a new trial, reargument, or rehearing has been timely taken, or as to which any appeal that has been taken or any petition for certiorari that has been or may be timely Filed has been withdrawn or resolved by the highest court to which the order or judgment was appealed or from which certiorari was sought or the new trial, reargument, or rehearing shall have been denied, resulted in no stay pending appeal of such order, or has otherwise been dismissed with prejudice; provided, however, that the possibility that a motion under Rule 60 of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, or any analogous rule under the Bankruptcy Rules, may be filed with respect to such order shall not preclude such order from being a Final Order.

  • Interim DIP Order means the Interim Order (I) Authorizing the Debtors to Obtain Postpetition Financing, (II) Authorizing the Debtors to Use Cash Collateral, (III) Granting Liens and Providing Superpriority Administrative Expense Status, (IV) Granting Adequate Protection to Prepetition Lenders, (V) Modifying Automatic Stay, (VI) Scheduling a Final Hearing, and (VII) Granting Related Relief [Docket No. 93], entered by the Bankruptcy Court on December 13, 2017.