subject to conditions

subject to conditions

UK legal terminology which gives the manufacturers of a product or provider of a particular service an excuse, in the event that the product or service doesn’t meet the purchaser’s or consumer’s expectations and the aforestated conditions were met.
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Contract notice: framework agreement for the contracting of certain postal services of the junta de extremadura, its autonomous bodies and other adhered entities, subject to conditions of an environmental nature
Discovery Communications (DISCA) confirmed that the European Commission has cleared Discovery's proposed acquisition of Scripps Networks Interactive (SNI), subject to conditions.
Yasay pointed out that the proposed visit of UN special rapporteur Agnes Callamard was upon the invitation of the Philippine government, which was subject to conditions.
Royal Mail said the transaction was still subject to conditions.
During mid-October, Queensland Minister for the Environment Greg Hunt re-approved Adani's proposed $16 billion Carmichael mine following a reconsideration of the project subject to conditions.
The proposal is recommended for approval subject to conditions.
From September 2013, the new symbol will be used to identify pharmaceutical products that are subject to additional monitoring, namely: all medicinal products authorised after 1 January 2011 that contain a new active substance; biological medicinal products, such as vaccines or plasma derived products, authorised after 1 January 2011; and products for which certain additional information is required post-authorisation, or for which authorisation is subject to conditions or restrictions on their safe and effective use.
This financing, however, is subject to conditions such as completion of satisfactory due diligence and execution of definitive financing and merger documentation, Becht added.
Judge Ryan granted bail subject to conditions of a 9pm to 7am curfew.
The fares are available, subject to conditions, which include a requirement that the tickets must be booked 14 days in advance and that a return fare must be purchased which includes a Friday or Saturday night stay at the destination.
The customer car park was subject to conditions which are unacceptable.
Out of 455 murder defendants covered in one snapshot survey, 60 had been released subject to conditions, the department disclosed in response to a Freedom of Information Act request.

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