Court Orders. ICANN will respect any order from a court of competent jurisdiction, including any orders from any jurisdiction where the consent or non-‐objection of the government was a requirement for the delegation of the TLD. Notwithstanding any other provision of this Agreement, ICANN’s implementation of any such order will not be a breach of this Agreement
Court Orders. The Disbursement Agent is authorized, in its exclusive discretion, to obey and comply with all writs, orders, judgments or decrees issued by any court or administrative agency affecting any money, documents or things held by the Disbursement Agent. The Disbursement Agent shall not be liable to any of the parties hereto, their successors, heirs or personal representatives by reason of the Disbursement Agent's compliance with such writs, orders, judgments or decrees, notwithstanding the fact that such writ, order, judgment or decree is later reversed, modified, set aside or vacated.
Court Orders. Depositary is hereby authorized to obey and comply with all writs, orders, judgments or decrees issued by any court, regulatory authority or administrative agency affecting any money, documents or things held by Depositary. Depositary shall not be liable to any of the parties hereto, their successors, heirs or personal representatives by reason of Depositary’s compliance with such writs, orders, judgments or decrees, notwithstanding that such writ, order, judgment or decree may later be reversed, modified, set aside or vacated.
Court Orders. In case any assets in the Account shall be attached, garnished or levied upon pursuant to any court order, or the delivery thereof shall be stayed or enjoined by any order of court, or any order, judgment or decree shall be made or entered by any court order affecting the assets held by the Firm under this Agreement, or any part thereof, the Firm is hereby expressly authorized in its reasonable discretion, to obey and comply with all writs, orders or decrees so entered or issued, which it is advised by legal counsel of its choosing are binding upon it, and in case the Firm obeys or complies with any such writ, order or decree, it shall not be liable to any of the parties hereto or to any other person, firm or corporation, by reason of such compliance notwithstanding such writ, order or decree being subsequently reversed, modified, annulled, set aside or vacated.
Court Orders. Any existing or future orders or judgments issued by a court of competent jurisdiction or any existing or future stipulations, agreements, or plans entered into in connection with litigation that are applicable to the operation, management, or maintenance of the Facility or related to the care and custody of inmates at the Facility.
Court Orders. Each Party may also disclose the Confidential Information of the other Party or Project Confidential Information, without such other Party's prior written consent, pursuant to an order of a regulatory authority or court of competent jurisdiction, provided that it promptly notifies the other Party of the required disclosure in order to provide such Party an opportunity to take legal action to prevent or limit such disclosure and, if asked, reasonably assists the other Party in pursuing such action.
Court Orders. Subject and after giving effect to any required approvals of the Bankruptcy Court (including, without limitation, to the extent applicable, the Confirmation Order) and the Plan, the performance of any action by the Company or the Operating Companies required or contemplated by this Agreement or any other Transaction Document is not restrained or enjoined by any order of the Bankruptcy Court or by any Governmental Authority (either temporarily, preliminarily or permanently).
Court Orders. To the extent not otherwise constituting an Event of Default, if Borrower, any Primary Obligor or any other Loan Party is enjoined, restrained or in any way prevented by court order from conducting all or any material part of its business or affairs and such Person consents (by action, inaction or otherwise) to such order or such order remains in effect for a period of 30 days; or