Consequence Sample Clauses

Consequence. Any deactivation or termination of the Service hereunder will be made applicable to all Digicards across all Set Top Boxes covered under a Subscriber Account. Any deactivation or cancellation of the Service shall be affected by deactivation or cancellation of the Digicard. Deactivation, suspension or termination shall be without prejudice to any other rights or remedies a Party may be entitled to in law or under the Contract and shall not affect any accrued rights or liabilities of either Party nor the coming into force or the continuance in force of any provision of the Contract, which is expressly or by implication intended to come into or continue in force on or after such termination.
Consequence. If an Extraordinary Event occurs, ABM may, at its option, request more favorable pricing with respect to some or all of the Charges categories specified in Schedule J in accordance with the following:
Consequence. In the event that any of CTI’s requirements, commitments, or obligations set forth above in Sections 3.4A, B, C, or D are not met, then the sole consequence (and PharmaBio’s sole remedy) shall be that the Minimum Payment Amount used to calculate the Minimum Payment Obligation shall increase from Fifty-three Million Dollars (US$53,000,000) to Fifty-eight Million Dollars (US $58,000,000) and, for purposes of the Annual Minimum True-Up Payment calculation in Section 5.7, such Five Million Dollar (US $5,000,000) increase shall increase only the minimum Cumulative Payment Amount in last year of the Royalty Term as described in the chart therein and shall not affect the other minimum Cumulative Payment Amounts in the chart. Should the consequence described in this Section 3.4E be triggered, the Parties will promptly memorialize such event in a document signed by the Parties.
Consequence. If Home Depot fails to achieve the Minimum Annual Volume for any calendar year, then notwithstanding Section 16.01(c), in addition to its other remedies, UIC may terminate the Trademark Rights upon sixty (60) days written notice to Home Depot.
Consequence. In case DS does not spend [***] of the IBM Actual Revenue or IBM Target Revenue, as applicable pursuant to the above paragraph,, as evidenced by a report to be submitted to IBM within one month of the end of the calendar year, IBM will be allowed to either: > recover the difference between the actual DS Marketing Expenses and [***] of IBM Actual Revenue or IBM Target Revenue, as applicable, in the next royalty statement; or, > ask DS to increase its Marketing Expense for the following year by an amount equivalent to the shortfall indicated above.