Excused from Performance Sample Clauses

Excused from Performance. Except with regard to a Party’s obligation to make payment(s) under this Agreement, neither Party shall be liable to the other for failure to perform a Firm obligation; to the extent such failure was caused by Force Majeure. The term
Excused from Performance. Subject to the Section 15.3, neither Party shall be liable or deemed to be in default for any delay or failure in performance under this Agreement or interruption of Services to the extent such default, failure or interruption is caused by, directly or indirectly, acts of God, civil or military authority, unforeseen unavailability of suitable parts, materials, labor or transportation, or any similar unforeseen cause beyond the Party’s reasonable control but only if the delayed Party: (a) gives the other Party written notice of such cause within one (1) business day; (b) uses commercially reasonable efforts to correct such failure or reduce the delay in its performance; and (c) followed commercially prudent standards for mitigating the risk associated with such event, in light of the severity of damages such event could cause the other Party, AUS 429433v.17 including, without limitation, maintaining adequate inventories of replacement parts and equipment and materials, and maintaining adequate human resource procedures to reduce reliance on certain employees or contractors. Neither Party’s performance under this Agreement shall be excused under this Section for a period of more than thirty (30) days.
Excused from Performance. Prop shall be excused from the performance of its obligations hereunder and shall not be responsible or liable for any loss, damages (including consequential damages), detention, or delay resulting from accidents, strikes, lockouts, fire, freezing, flood, explosion, theft, lightning, vandalism, abnormal use of equipment, failure of power supply, blown fuses, windstorm, earthquake, floods, storms, riot, civil commotion, malicious mischief, Act of God or any cause beyond the reasonable control of Prop, whether or not the same is herein specified.
Excused from Performance. If and for so long as a Force Majeure Event occurs, the non-performing party is excused from further performing or observing the obligation(s) affected. In the event of a strike or labor dispute, the parties will meet to agree upon a workaround for the issues preventing performance.
Excused from Performance. Performance under the agreement by Barnes & Noble will be excused only by reason of the following causes:
Excused from Performance. Any failure of either Party to perform may be excused only for proven sickness or injury, civil tumult or riot, epidemics, acts of God, or other conditions beyond the control of the party. Performer or Performer’s agent must notify FAMU immediately of any reason which might result in Performer’s failure to perform on the scheduled date. FAMU reserves the right to approve/substitute any other performer for Performer in the event that Performer is not able to perform as scheduled.

Related to Excused from Performance

  • Excused Performance Except as otherwise specifically provided in the Agreement, neither Party shall be considered in breach of the Agreement or liable for any delay or failure to comply with the Agreement, if and to the extent that such delay or failure is attributable to the occurrence of a Force Majeure Event; provided that the Party claiming relief under this Section 11 shall immediately (i) notify the other Party in writing of the existence of the Force Majeure Event, (ii) exercise all reasonable efforts necessary to minimize delay caused by such Force Majeure Event, (iii) notify the other Party in writing of the cessation or termination of said Force Majeure Event and (iv) provided, however, that Purchaser shall not be excused from making any payments and paying any unpaid amounts due in respect of Solar Power delivered to Purchaser prior to the Force Majeure Event performance interruption.

  • Services Performance All services are performed using generally recognized commercial practices and standards. Customer agrees to provide prompt notice of any such service concerns and HP will re-perform any service that fails to meet this standard.