The Force Majeure Sample Clauses

The Force Majeure. 14-1 If either the Property or any part of the Building is destroyed or is not suitable for research and development and office during the lease period due to Force Majeure, either party shall be entitled to notify the other in writing of the termination of the Contract, and neither party shall pursue the default responsibility. The Contract is terminated from the day when notice is given by either party. Party A should return Party B the remaining rental deposit, rental after the force majeure, and other expenses that Party B has prepaid within 10 working days from the date of termination of the Contract after deducting the relevant expenses according to Clause 13 of the Contract without interest, as long as Party B pays all the expenses payable by Party B before the force majeure which is regulated by the Contract and the supplementary agreements.
The Force Majeure. Claiming Party shall, as soon as practicable after learning of the Force Majeure, notify the other Party of the commencement of Force Majeure and of the obligations that the Force Majeure Claiming Party is unable to perform. The Force Majeure Claiming Party shall provide the other Party with prompt and regular bona fide non-binding estimates of the duration and effect of the
The Force Majeure. Affected Party shall give notice to the other Party every five (5) Days of any update to the Information provided pursuant to Article 9.8 and shall give notice as soon as reasonably practicable to the other Party upon it becoming aware of any material developments or additional material Information relating to the Force Majeure and its effects.
The Force Majeure occurrence shall not eliminate the obligation of the Issuer to continue making the Principal Bond settlement, the Payment of Bond Interest and Penalties not caused by Force Majeure (if any) to the Bondholder, and the payment of the Trustee’s fee and Penalties not caused by Force Majeure (if any).

Related to The Force Majeure

Force Majeure In no event shall the Trustee be responsible or liable for any failure or delay in the performance of its obligations hereunder arising out of or caused by, directly or indirectly, forces beyond its control, including, without limitation, strikes, work stoppages, accidents, acts of war or terrorism, civil or military disturbances, nuclear or natural catastrophes or acts of God, and interruptions, loss or malfunctions of utilities, communications or computer (software and hardware) services; it being understood that the Trustee shall use reasonable efforts which are consistent with accepted practices in the banking industry to resume performance as soon as practicable under the circumstances.
Force Majeur Except with respect to obligations to make payments hereunder, neither party shall be deemed in default hereunder, nor shall it hold the other party responsible for, any cessation, interruption or delay in the performance of its obligations hereunder due to causes beyond its reasonable control including, but not limited to: earthquake, flood, fire, storm or other natural disaster, act of God, labor controversy or threat thereof, civil disturbance or commotion, disruption of the public markets, war or armed conflict or the inability to obtain sufficient material, supplies, labor, transportation, power or other essential commodity or service required in the conduct of its business, including internet access, or any change in or the adoption of any law, ordinance, rule, regulation, order, judgment or decree.
Force Majeure Event After giving effect to any applicable provision, disruption fallback or remedy specified in, or pursuant to, the relevant Confirmation or elsewhere in this Agreement, by reason of force majeure or act of state occurring after a Transaction is entered into, on any day:—
SAVINGS/FORCE MAJEURE A Force Majeure occurrence is an event or effect that cannot be reasonably anticipated or controlled and is not due to the negligence or willful misconduct of the affected party. Force Majeure includes, but is not limited to, acts of God, acts of war, acts of public enemies, terrorism, strikes, fires, explosions, actions of the elements, floods, or other similar causes beyond the control of the Contractor or the Commissioner in the performance of the Contract where non- performance, by exercise of reasonable diligence, cannot be prevented. The affected party shall provide the other party with written notice of any Force Majeure occurrence as soon as the delay is known and provide the other party with a written contingency plan to address the Force Majeure occurrence, including, but not limited to, specificity on quantities of materials, tooling, people, and other resources that will need to be redirected to another facility and the process of redirecting them. Furthermore, the affected party shall use its commercially reasonable efforts to resume proper performance within an appropriate period of time. Notwithstanding the foregoing, if the Force Majeure condition continues beyond thirty (30) days, the Parties shall jointly decide on an appropriate course of action that will permit fulfillment of the Parties’ objectives hereunder. The Contractor agrees that in the event of a delay or failure of performance by the Contractor, under the Contract due to a Force Majeure occurrence:
MAJEURE 24.1 Neither Partner shall be entitled to bring a claim for a breach of obligations under this Agreement by the other Partner or incur any liability to the other Partner for any losses or damages incurred by that Partner to the extent that a Force Majeure Event occurs and it is prevented from carrying out its obligations by that Force Majeure Event.
No Force Majeure Event There shall not have been any delay, error, failure or interruption in the conduct of the business of the Acquiror Company, or any loss, injury, delay, damage, distress, or other casualty, due to force majeure including but not limited to (a) acts of God; (b) fire or explosion; (c) war, acts of terrorism or other civil unrest; or (d) national emergency.
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 Delays In any case where either party hereto is required to do any act (other than the payment of money), delays caused by or resulting from Acts of God or Nature, war, civil commotion, fire, flood or other casualty, labor difficulties, shortages of labor or materials or equipment, government regulations, delay by government or regulatory agencies with respect to approval or permit process, unusually severe weather, or other causes beyond such party’s reasonable control the time during which act shall be completed, shall be deemed to be extended by the period of such delay, whether such time be designated by a fixed date, a fixed time or “a reasonable time.”
Notice of Force Majeure Event As soon as practicable and in any case within 3 days of the date of occurrence of a Force Majeure Event or the date of knowledge thereof, the Party which is rendered wholly or partially unable to perform any of its obligations under this Agreement because of a Force Majeure Event (the “Affected Party”) shall notify the other party of the same, setting out, inter alia, the following in reasonable detail:
Notification of Force Majeure Event 11.5.1 The Affected Party shall give notice to the other Party of any event of Force Majeure as soon as reasonably practicable, but not later than seven (7) days after the date on which such Party knew or should reasonably have known of the commencement of the event of Force Majeure. If an event of Force Majeure results in a breakdown of communications rendering it unreasonable to give notice within the applicable time limit specified herein, then the Party claiming Force Majeure shall give such notice as soon as reasonably practicable after reinstatement of communications, but not later than one (1) day after such reinstatement.