Natural catastrophes definition

Natural catastrophes means domestic natural catastrophes occurring in Japan during the period, heavy snowfalls in Feb. 2014 in Japan, and the floods in Thailand in 2011. But the figures of FY 2015 excludes the impact of the Thailand floods because its impact became very small. ( the impact of FY2014:
Natural catastrophes means domestic natural catastrophes occurring in Japan during the period and heavy snowfalls occurred in Feb. 2014. The figures for FY2016 exclude the impact of heavy snowfalls as it was limited. (The impact for FY2015 was 0.1 billion yen)
Natural catastrophes means domestic natural catastrophes occurring in Japan during the period, heavy snowfalls in Feb. 2014 in Japan, and the floods in Thailand in 2011.

Examples of Natural catastrophes in a sentence

Natural catastrophes such as earthquake, hurricane, typhoon or volcanic activity.

Natural catastrophes such as earthquake, hurricane, typhoon or volcanic activity, 7.2 In the event of either party being rendered unable by force majeure to perform any duty or discharge any responsibility arising out of the contract, the relative obligation of the party affected by such force majeure shall upon notification to the other party be suspended for the period during which force majeure event lasts.

Swiss Re, Sigma: Natural catastrophes and man-made disasters in 2007: high losses in Europe, 5 fig.1 (2008).

Swiss Re, Sigma: Natural catastrophes and man-made disasters in 2007: high losses in Europe, 3 (2008).

Natural catastrophes such as earthquake, hurricane, typhoon or volcanic activity.7.2 In the event of either party being rendered unable by force majeure to perform any duty or discharge any responsibility arising out of the contract, the relative obligation of the party affected by such force majeure shall upon notification to the other party be suspended for the period during which force majeure event lasts.

Natural catastrophes Events determined by the manifestation of natural disasters, such as earthquakes with a magnitude higher than 6 on the Richter scale, floods and storms.

Natural catastrophes saw positive development primarily from reserve releases on Hurricanes Gustav and Ike of $7.9 million, the Chilean earthquake of $3.4 million and various other smaller named storms from 2009 and 2010 of $7.3 million and $4.0 million, respectively.

Natural catastrophes such as earth quake, hurricane or volcanic activity, torrential rains, floods etc.

Natural catastrophes which happen periodically and illegal lock-outs are not included under cases of force majeure.

Munitions of war, explosive materials, ionizing radiation or contamination by radioactivity, except as may be attributable to the contractor’s use of such munitions, explosives, radiation or radio-activity, and Natural catastrophes such as earthquake, hurricane, typhoon or volcanic activity.

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Atomic Energy Act means the Atomic Energy Act of 1954, as amended.
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