contract limit

contract limit

A limit line or perimeter line established on the drawings or elsewhere in the contract documents defining the boundaries of the site available to the contractor for construction purposes.
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Is there an "emergency" exception that would permit the board to ignore the two-year contract limit in the declaration and enter into a longer contract without owner approval?
The increase in charges for calls, texts, or data used outside a customers' contract limit, or bundle, was expected to come into force on June 25.
That's nearly 5 pounds (2 kilograms) more than the super middleweight contract limit agreed upon for this bout, only to be abandoned earlier this week when Chavez knew he couldn't make it.
The contract limit of spectrum has also been reduced to 4.4 Mhz for new operators, while for the old operators the limit has been retained at 6.2 Mhz.
'The more rounded, commercial approach that is now recommended means that the contract limit as a clear-cut 'yes or no' factor should not be used as a matter of course.
However, as before, GAO found errors in the data that, if corrected, would overall increase funding of the private sector and move each service closer to the contract limit. For example, for fiscal year 2002, the Navy did not include about $401 million in private sector maintenance work on aircraft carriers and surface ships.
Losses are paid from the account; if exhausted, the insurer continues to pay losses up to the contract limit.