Force Majeure Events Sample Clauses

Force Majeure Events. If either party is prevented from performing any of its obligations hereunder due to any cause which is beyond the non-performing party's reasonable control, including fire, explosion, flood, or other acts of God; acts, regulations, or laws of any government; war or civil commotion; strike, lock-out or labor disturbances; or failure of public utilities or common carriers (a "Force Majeure Event"), such non-performing party shall not be liable for breach of this Agreement with respect to such non-performance to the extent any such non-performance is due to a Force Majeure Event. Such non-performance will be excused for three months or as long as such event shall be continuing (whichever occurs sooner), provided that the non-performing party gives immediate written notice to the other party of the Force Majeure Event. Such non-performing party shall exercise all reasonable efforts to eliminate the Force Majeure Event and to resume performance of its affected obligations as soon as practicable.
Force Majeure Events a) Neither Party shall be responsible or liable for or deemed in breach hereof because of any delay or failure in the performance of its obligations hereunder (except for obligations to pay money due prior to occurrence of Force Majeure events under this Agreement) or failure to meet milestone dates due to any event or circumstance (a "Force Majeure Event") beyond the reasonable control of the Party experiencing such delay or failure, including the occurrence of any of the following:
Force Majeure Events. “Event of Force Majeure” means any strike, lockout, labor dispute, embargo, flood, earthquake, storm, dust storm, lightning, weather, pandemic, epidemic, fire, act of God, war, national emergency, civil disturbance or disobedience, riot, sabotage, terrorism, restraint by governmental order, government or Property restrictions, decisions and regulations, insurrections or any other occurrence beyond the reasonable control of the party in question that may affect performance of services under this Agreement. TAILGATE GUYS shall not be held liable for any delay or default in performing hereunder due the occurrence of an Event of Force Majeure, and CLIENT does hereby release TAILGATE GUYS from any claim for damages arising therefrom. If an Event of Force Majeure occurs and results in (i) cancellation of an event for which CLIENT has purchased Tailgate Services, TAILGATE GUYS will credit CLIENT one hundred percent (100%) of the payment made by CLIENT for that event towards a future event in the same of following season with TAILGATE GUYS or
Force Majeure Events. If either Party is prevented from or delayed in performing any of its obligations under this Agreement by reason of a Force Majeure Event, such Party shall notify the other Party in writing as soon as practicable after the onset of such Force Majeure Event and shall be excused from the performance of its obligations under this Agreement to the extent that such Force Majeure Event has interfered with such performance. The Party whose performance under this Agreement is prevented or delayed as the result of a Force Majeure Event shall use reasonable efforts to remedy its inability to perform. If a Party’s failure to perform its obligations under this Agreement is due to a Force Majeure Event, then such failure shall not be deemed a Provider Default or a Customer Default, as the case may be. Notwithstanding anything in this Section 9 to the contrary, no payment obligation of Customer under this Agreement may be excused as the result of a Force Majeure Event. In case a Force Majeure Event continues for at least one (1) year with respect to the System, then either Party may terminate this Agreement by written notice to the other.
Force Majeure Events. Failure of either party to perform under this Agreement (except the obligation to make payments) shall not subject such party to any liability to the other if such failure is caused by acts such as, but not limited to, acts of God, fire, explosion, flood, drought, war, riot, sabotage, embargo, strikes or other labor trouble, compliance with any order or regulation of any government entity, or by any cause beyond the reasonable control of the parties, provided that written notice of such event is promptly given to the other party.
Force Majeure Events. Each Party (the “Notifying Party”) shall notify the other Parties when the Notifying Party becomes aware of its inability to comply with the provisions of this Agreement for a reason other than a Force Majeure event. The Parties agree to cooperate with each other and provide necessary information regarding such inability to comply, including the date, duration, reason for the inability to comply, and corrective actions taken or planned to be taken with respect to such inability to comply. Notwithstanding the foregoing, notification, cooperation or information provided under this Article shall not entitle the Party receiving such notification to allege a cause for anticipatory breach of this Agreement.
Force Majeure Events. If either Party is affected by Force Majeure it shall promptly notify the other Party of the nature and extent of the circumstances in question. Neither Party shall be deemed to be in breach of this Agreement, or otherwise be liable to the other, for any delay in performance or the non-performance of any of its obligations under this Agreement, to the extent that the delay or non-performance is due to any Force Majeure, and the time for performance of that obligation shall be extended accordingly; provided, that if the Force Majeure in question prevails for a continuous period in excess of thirty (30) days, the Parties shall enter into discussions with a view to alleviating its effects, or to agreeing upon such alternative arrangements as the Parties mutually agree.
Force Majeure Events. Employees) and 6.20 (Collateral) of the Term Loan Agreement (or equivalent provisions), to the extent that such representations and warranties relate to (i) Lessee, whether in its capacity as Lessee or otherwise, including Lessee’s status or operations as a public utility, or (ii) Lessee’s ownership of the Permian Assets on or before the date hereof.
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