Force Majeur Sample Clauses

Force Majeur. SwissSign shall not be in default and the customer cannot hold SwissSign responsible and/or liable for any damages that result from (but are not limited to) the following type of events: any delay, breach of warranty, or cessation in performance caused by any natural disaster, power or telecommunication outage, fire, unpreventable third-party interactions such as virus or hacker attacks, governmental actions, or labor strikes. SwissSign shall take commercially reasonable measures to mitigate the effects of force majeur in due time.
Force Majeur. Neither party shall be liable for any failure or delay in its performance under this Agreement due to acts of God, acts of civil or military authority, fires, floods, earthquakes, riots, wars, sabotage, labor disputes, material unavailability due to unwarranted production stoppage by supplier or any other cause beyond the reasonable control of the delayed party provided that the delayed party, (i) gives the other party written notice of such cause, and (ii) uses its reasonable efforts to remedy such delay in its performance.
Force Majeur. Anything contained in this Lease to the contrary notwithstanding, Landlord shall not be deemed in default with respect to the performance of any of the terms, covenants and conditions of this Lease incumbent on it to perform or be liable to the Tenant in damages if same shall be due to any strike, lockout, civil commotion, labor controversy, war-like operation, invasion, rebellion, hostilities, military or usurped power, sabotage, governmental regulation or control, inability to obtain any material, service, fuel, supply or financing, accidents, bombing threat, violence, threat of violence, breach of peace, Act of God or other cause beyond the control of Landlord.
Force Majeur. Except for the obligation to make payments when due pursuant to this Agreement, all other obligations under this Agreement shall be suspended for so long as one or both of Licensor and Licensee is prevented from complying with the provisions of this Agreement by acts of God; riots; war; acts of Federal, state, or local governments, agencies, or courts; strikes; lock-outs; damage to or destruction or unavoidable shut-down of necessary facilities; or other matters beyond Licensor's or Licensee's reasonable control (specifically excluding, however, matters of mere financial exigency.) The entity so prevented from complying with its obligations pursuant to this Agreement shall promptly notify the other entity of such fact and shall exercise all due diligence to remove and overcome the cause of such inability to comply.
Force Majeur. With the exception of those provisions contained herein regarding the payment of rent, the inability of either party to perform any of the terms, covenants or conditions of this Lease shall not be deemed a default if the same shall be due to any cause beyond the control of that party.
Force Majeur. In the event that the performance of this Agreement or of an obligation under this Agreement, is prevented, restricted or interfered with by reason of any cause not within the control of the respective party, and which could not by reasonable diligence have been avoided by such party, the party so affected, upon the giving of prompt notice to the other party, as to the nature and probable duration of such event, will be excused from such performance to the extent and for the duration of such prevention, restriction or interference, provided that the party so affected uses its reasonable efforts to avoid or remove such cause of non-performance and will fulfill and continue performance under this Agreement whenever and to the extent such cause or causes are removed. For the purpose of this Section, but without limiting the generality hereof, the following are not within the control of a party: acts of God; acts or omissions of a governmental agency or body; compliance with requests, recommendations, rules, regulations, or orders of any governmental authority or any officer, department, agency, or instrument thereof; flood; storm; earthquake; fire; war; insurrection; riot; terrorist incidents, accidents; acts of the public enemy; invasion; disease: quarantine restrictions; strike; labor lockout; differences with workmen; embargoes; delays or failures in transportation; and acts of a similar nature.