FORCE MAJEURE CIRCUMSTANCES. Lithium Hosting, llc CANNOT and WILL NOT be liable for any failure or delay in doing its professional duties resulting from circumstances beyond its physical control. Such circumstances may represent acts of any governmental body, war, rebellion, sabotage, embargo, fire, flood or other natural disaster, strike or other labor disturbances, interruption of or delay in transportation, unavailability of, interruption or delay in telecommunications or third party services (including DNS propagation), failure of third party software or hardware, or inability to obtain raw materials, supplies or power used in or equipment needed for provisioning of the Services.
FORCE MAJEURE CIRCUMSTANCES. 16.1. Parties shall be exempt from the liability arising from full or partial failure to perform contractual obligations during the effect of the insurmountable force [force majeure], provided that such failure is caused by the direct impact of the insurmountable force. Force majeure shall include the circumstances which did not exist by the time the present agreement was processed and the parties were not in the position to prevent or overcome such occurrence or impact. In particular: natural disasters, fire, strike, military action, blockade, malfunctioning of devices, damage of program software, adoption of the legal acts which make it impossible to perform contractual obligations etc.
FORCE MAJEURE CIRCUMSTANCES. 9.1. The Parties are released from responsibility for non-fulfillment or improper fulfillment of their obligations on the Agreement, if they prove, that proper fulfillment was impossible due to force majeure, which means extreme, unforeseen and inevitable circumstances in given conditions. The presence of force majeure in this case prolongs the term of fulfillment of obligations by the Parties, proportionally to the period of its activity. If the influence of the force majeure circumstances lasts longer than six months, the Parties are obliged, upon proposal of one of the Parties, to coordinate the further actions and/or the possibility of denouncement of the Agreement.
FORCE MAJEURE CIRCUMSTANCES. 8.1. The Parties are released from responsibility for non-fulfillment or improper fulfillment of their obligations on the Agreement, if they prove, that proper fulfillment was impossible due to force majeure, which means extreme, unforeseen and inevitable circumstances in given conditions.
FORCE MAJEURE CIRCUMSTANCES. 10.1. The Parties are exempt from the responsibility for non-performance or faulty performance of their obligations hereunder if they prove that the duly fulfillment was impossible as a result of the influence of force majeure circumstances, that is, of extraordinary, unexpected and unavoidable under the present conditions, circumstances.
FORCE MAJEURE CIRCUMSTANCES. 10.1. The Parties shall be released from liability for late performance or failure to perform their respective obligations caused by force majeure circumstances, including, but not limited to, lack of action or cooperation on behalf of the other party (including, but not limited, to, persons and legal entities controlled by such party, and their respective officers, directors, other employees or agents), fire or other accidents, acts of God, epidemics, strikes, labour unrests, war or other civil unrest, and laws, regulations and requirements of state bodies and agencies.
FORCE MAJEURE CIRCUMSTANCES. 10.1. The Parties are not responsible for partial or complete failure to fulfill obligations under this Agreement, if such failure was caused by force majeure, arose after the conclusion of this Agreement and which the Parties could not foresee or prevent. These circumstances in this Agreement include natural disasters (earthquakes, floods, fires, typhoons, etc.), acts of war, mass diseases (epidemics), failures in the public telephone networks and the Internet and other (unavoidable and unforeseen) circumstances out of the Parties’ reasonable control.
FORCE MAJEURE CIRCUMSTANCES. 1. Neither Party shall bear responsibility to the other Party for delay, full or partial non-fulﬁllment of obligations provided in the Agreement, caused by the circumstances, occurred beyond the will of the Parties and which could not be foreseen and prevented (force majeure), including declared war, civil disturbances, epidemics, blockade, embargo, riots, declaration of default in the economic situation in the country, earthquakes, ﬂoods and other natural calamities, as well as issuance of legal enactments which make it impossible to fulﬁll obligations hereunder and other events beyond reasonable control of the Parties.