Definitions for "Conditions"
An article or clause of an insurance policy introducing a contingency that states the rights and responsibilities of both the Insured and the Insurer.
A provision which sets forth the rights, duties and responsibilities of the parties to an insurance contract. They may be found anywhere in the policy.
In an insurance policy, provisions that explain the duties, rights, and options of the insured and the insurance company.
A provision in a deed or a will that upon the happening of failure to happen of a certain event, the title of the purchaser or devisee will be limited, enlarged, changed or terminated.
Force Majeure: An event or effect that cannot be reasonably anticipated or controlled (such as storms or war).
A proviso in a deed or will that, upon the happening or failure to happen of a certain event, limits, enlarges, changes or terminates the title of the purchaser or devisee.
Terms of a race. Includes distance, purse, entry eligibility, and weight requirements.
the make-up of a race, as in the number of runners, the ground conditions, if it's a sharp or a galloping track, etc. Different conditions suit the physique and running style of different horses.
The requirements of a particular race. This may include age, sex, money or races won, weight carried and the distance of the race.
Rules that must be followed in a disposition order.
In this context, certain parameters that an e-mail message must meet before it is acted on by a rule.
The section of a tour contract that specifies what is offered and when the contract may be invalidated.
Also referred to as Terms and Conditions. These are typically circumstances that must be present for the coverage to apply.
state of affairs or circumstances that will affect the business.
conditions - malignant pleural mesothelioma.
the salient and operative environmental constants and variables that occasion, bring about, evoke, or control actions. In instructional design, these include the " givens."
Time and execution instructions included when you place a stock trade order. Time conditions indicate how long the order can be open; execution conditions identify how you want the order to be filled.
the standard terms and conditions of purchase set out in this document including and subject to any special terms and conditions agreed in writing between British Land and the Supplier;
Specific guidelines set out by your service provider that you must agree to abide by, often found hand in hand with Terms. Exactly what the difference is between conditions and terms remains one of life's great mysteries.
Certain prerequisites that most hold true before a model fragment will fire in any simulation of a scenario.
Special restrictions on a license to protect the public health and safety. Conditions may relate to employment of certain persons or the conduct of the business. For example, limits on hours of alcoholic beverage sales, type of entertainment allowed or required security or lighting.
General economic, geographic and industry
External factors such as government regulation, competition, industry trends, national economic trends, that can affect the success of a business. One of the "Five Cs" of credit.
Keywords:  null, void, fulfilled, clauses, firm
Clauses in the Agreement which must be fulfilled before the Agreement becomes firm and binding. If the condition is not fulfilled, the Agreement will usually become null and void and any deposit paid returned to the Purchaser.
characteristics of the environment that influence the survival of an organism but are not consumed by it (e.g., temperature, salinity)
an attempt to prevent production and/or action of ethylene
Financial conditions or position or health go mainly with the balance sheet. The idea behind the financial conditions is an assessment of whether the government has sufficient assets to cover its liabilities. Since governmental balance sheets are mainly for current or annual activities, conditions refer to whether current assets can cover current liabilities. However, long term liabilities can be introduced in a variety of ways to assess conditions that go beyond the annual situation. Long term debt can be compared to indicators of tax capacity to determine if a government is putting too much pressure on its tax or revenue capacity. Debt as a ratio of total real estate value is sometimes used to assess long term financial conditions.
stipulations attached to a planning permission to limit or direct the manner in which a development is carried out.
The second part of a performance -based objective which describes the framework under which the skill or behavior will be demonstrated.
Items that are usually put in place to protect a party's interests upon selling or buying the property and refer to things that must occur or be in place before the sale closes.
Certain things that someone has to do, or not do, to be released.
Additional documentation required by an underwriter that must be provided before or during loan closing in order for the loan to meet investor requirements.
See contingencies. Related Glossary Terms: contingency
An element of Objects in the Options Manager. Used to limit when objects are executed.
An object-oriented exception handling mechanism.
The particulars of a loan, such as interest rate, down payment, advance of book value the lender will lend, and the monthly payment.