good condition

good condition
A relative term; an expression to be construed according to the context in which it appears. As used in a lessee's covenant to keep and yield up the leased premises in good condition, the words do not have a fixed or technical meaning which is always the same regardless of the character and use of the building to which they refer. A building adapted for use as a tannery might be in good condition for that purpose and absolutely untenantable as a watch factory. Codman v Hvgrade Food Products Corp. 295 Mass _195, ,3 NE2d 759, 106 ALR 1354.

Ballentine's law dictionary. . 1998.

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