Disruption Sample Clauses

Disruption. The Supplier shall immediately inform the Customer of any actual or potential industrial action, whether such action be by the Supplier Staff or others, which affects or might affect the Supplier's ability at any time to perform its obligations under this Contract. In the event of industrial action by the Supplier Staff, the Supplier shall seek Approval to its proposals for the continuance of the supply of the Services in accordance with its obligations under this Contract. If the Supplier's proposals referred to in Clause 24.1.2 are considered insufficient or unacceptable by the Customer acting reasonably then the Customer may terminate this Contract for Material Breach.
Disruption. 24.1.1 The Supplier shall immediately inform the Customer of any actual or potential industrial action, whether such action be by the Supplier Staff or others, which affects or might affect the Supplier's ability at any time to perform its obligations under this Contract.
Disruption. The Contractor shall take reasonable care to ensure that in the performance of its obligations under the Contract it does not disrupt the operations of the Client, the Client’s employees or any other Contractor employed by the Client. The Contractor shall immediately inform the Client of any actual or potential industrial action, whether such action is by its own employees or others, which affects or might affect its ability at any time to perform its obligations under the Contract. In the event of industrial action by the Staff, the Contractor shall seek Approval to its proposals to continue to perform its obligations under the Contract. If the Contractor’s proposals referred to in Clause G5.3 are considered insufficient or unacceptable by the Client acting reasonably, then the Contract may be terminated with immediate effect by the Client by notice in writing. If the Contractor is temporarily unable to fulfil the requirements of the Contract owing to disruption of normal business of the Client, the Contractor may request a reasonable allowance of time and in addition, the Client will reimburse any additional expense reasonably incurred by the Contractor as a direct result of such disruption. Recovery upon Termination At the end of the Contract Period (howsoever arising) the Contractor shall immediately deliver to the Client upon request all Property (including all materials, documents, Information and access keys) used in the performance of its obligations under the Contract that are in its possession or under its control or in the possession or under the control of any permitted suppliers or sub-contractors and in the event the Contractor fails to do so, the Client may recover immediate possession thereof and the Contractor hereby grants a licence to the Client or its appointed agents to enter (for the purposes of such recovery) any Premises of the Contractor where any such items may be held. At the end of the Contract Period (howsoever arising) and/or after the Contract Period the Contractor shall provide such assistance to the Client and the Replacement Contractor as the Client may reasonably require in order to ensure an effective handover of all work in progress at the material time. Where the end of the Contract Period arises due to the Contractor’s Default, the Contractor shall provide such assistance free of charge otherwise the Client shall pay the Contractor’s reasonable costs of providing such assistance provided that the Contractor shall take...
Disruption. If the supervisor feels that approval of this request will in 4 any way disrupt the instructional setting or work setting, the teacher will be
Disruption. Personal leave is subject to approval and may not be 39 approved if the Superintendent determines that the granting of this leave 40 will create a disruption of the instructional setting or of the normal work 41 setting.
Disruption. The Provider shall take reasonable care to ensure that in the performance of its obligations under the Contract it does not disrupt the operations of the Customer, its employees or any other Provider employed by the Customer. The Provider shall immediately inform the Customer of any actual or potential industrial action, whether such action be by their own employees or others, which affects or might affect its ability at any time to perform its obligations under the Contract. In the event of industrial action by the Staff, the Provider shall seek the Customer’s Approval to its proposals for the continuance of the provision of the Goods, Services and/or Works in accordance with its obligations under the Contract. If the Provider's proposals referred to in Clause 53.3 are considered insufficient or unacceptable by the Customer acting reasonably then the Contract may be terminated with immediate effect by the Customer by notice in writing. If the Provider is temporarily unable to fulfil the requirements of the Contract owing to disruption of normal business by direction of the Customer, an appropriate allowance by way of extension of time will be approved by the Customer. In addition, the Customer will reimburse any additional expense reasonably incurred by the Provider as a direct result of such disruption. RECOVERY UPON TERMINATION
Disruption. 4.1 A disruption occurs when there is an interruption of a placement for adoption during the post- placement period. If counseling does not succeed in resolving the crisis, and the placement disrupts prior to finalization and is no longer in the child’s best interests, Xxxxxx shall act promptly and in accord with all legal requirements to remove the child, ensure placement into temporary care, and inform the Central Authority of the Sending Country about any new prospective adoptive parent(s); Xxxxxx will not return a child to the Sending Country, unless the Central Authority of the country of origin and the Secretary have approved the child’s return in writing.
Disruption. It need not be approved if the Superintendent determines that it 25 will create a disruption of the instructional or work setting.
Disruption. Event means either or both of: