Failure to Complete. If Artist becomes ill, dies, or is otherwise unable or unwilling to complete the Project in accordance with the Agreement, any work already done on the Project will be the City’s property. The City will be entitled to withhold any sums not yet paid to Artist, and may use any such sums toward completion of the Project in any manner the City deems appropriate.
Failure to Complete. In the event the Developer fails to complete the construction of the public portion of the Infrastructure Improvements as set forth in Section II of this agreement within twenty-four (24) months following issuance of the building permits for Building A, except for any Enforced Delays, the City may, at its option and within its discretion,
Failure to Complete. An employee shall lose their employment with the District if the 39 employee fails to achieve “trained” status within one year (or two years for employees with 40 extenuating circumstances) and no positions exist within the District that meet the physical 41 and aptitude requirements of the employee.
Failure to Complete. If the building and other improvements have not been completed in accordance with the Plans and Specifications by the date in B(1) ---------------- above, or by such date as extended by application of Section 16.02, Tenant ----- shall have the right and option to terminate this Lease by giving written notice of Tenant's intention to terminate as of a certain date specified by Tenant in the notice of termination (the "Termination Date"). The notice must be given to Landlord not less than fifteen (15) days prior to the Termination Date. If the building and other improvements have not been completed by the Termination Date, this Lease shall terminate, unless further extended by Tenant in writing, with no further liability of one party to the other.
Failure to Complete. Failure to complete construction of the District Improvements in substantial conformity with the Plans and Specifications prior to 15 months after the commencement of construction shall constitute an Event of Default under Section 17.1, provided that no such Event of Default shall be deemed to have occurred if the delay was primarily caused by the acts or omissions of a third party. Any delays in the completion of construction of the District Improvements caused primarily by strike, lock-outs, labor disputes, wars, insurrections, riots, fires, acts of God, inability to obtain construction materials due to governmental regulations or interference, rationing, or other restrictions and conditions or causes unavoidable or reasonably beyond the control of the District shall be deemed reasonable delays, and the time with which the District shall complete the construction of said District Improvements and the construction completion date shall be extended by the length of such delay.
Failure to Complete. In the event the Developer fails to complete the construction of the public portion of the Infrastructure Improvements as set forth in Paragraph 2 within nine twenty four (924) months following issuance of the building permits for the same, except for any Governmental/Enforced Delays, the City may, at its option and within its discretion, (i) draw upon the financial assurances provided in Section 2) of this Agreement to complete the public portion of the Infrastructure Improvements, and/or (ii) collect, retain, and disburse all tax increment financing revenues necessary to complete the cost of the public portion of the Infrastructure Improvements, and seek any other legal or equitable remedy available to the City including termination. Provided, however, if default by the Developer occurs the City may, in its discretion, will use its best efforts to cooperate with Developer to complete the Project; provided, however, such cooperation shall not be interpreted to require the City to contribute any additional financial assistance to the Project.