A Force Majeure event Sample Clauses

A Force Majeure event. As used in this ContractForce Majeure” shall mean any event which (i) cannot be reasonably anticipated or controlled, (ii) which significantly affects contracted performance, and (iii) is not reasonably subject to the control of the party invoking it, whether (A) related to nature, including but not limited to fire, lightning, earthquake, or windstorm, flood or the like, or (B) related to man, such as but not limited to unforeseen adverse political or economical events, civil insurrection, war, strikes or other labor disturbances provided such strikes or labor disturbances affect the Costa Rican construction industry generally, or changes in the law or third party actions which, in both cases, could not have reasonably been foreseen.
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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:—
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 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 Majeure Events 17.1 Meaning of Force Majeure Event
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.
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.
Termination Due to Force Majeure Event If the period of Force Majeure continues or is in the reasonable judgment of the Parties likely to continue beyond a period of 120 (one hundred and twenty) Days, the Parties may mutually decide to terminate this Agreement or continue this Agreement on mutually agreed revised terms. If the Parties are unable to reach an agreement in this regard, the Affected Party shall after the expiry of the said period of 120 (one hundred and twenty ) Days be entitled to terminate the Agreement in which event, the provisions of Articles 16 and 17 shall, to the extent expressly made applicable, apply.
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:
Termination Notice for Force Majeure Event If a Force Majeure Event subsists for a period of 180 (one hundred and eighty) days or more within a continuous period of 365 (three hundred and sixty five) days, either Party may in its discretion terminate this Agreement by issuing a Termination Notice to the other Party without being liable in any manner whatsoever, save as provided in this Article 34, and upon issue of such Termination Notice, this Agreement shall, notwithstanding anything to the contrary contained herein, stand terminated forthwith; provided that before issuing such Termination Notice, the Party intending to issue the Termination Notice shall inform the other Party of such intention and grant 15 (fifteen) days time to make a representation, and may after the expiry of such 15 (fifteen) days period, whether or not it is in receipt of such representation, in its sole discretion issue the Termination Notice.
Available Relief for a Force Majeure Event 11.7.1 Subject to this Article 11: