Force Majeure Clause Sample Clauses

Force Majeure Clause. Brokerage shall be due on the day shipping documents are exchanged, or if the goods are not delivered 23 then the brokerage shall be due on the 30th consecutive day after the last day for delivery.
Force Majeure Clause. The parties to the Contract shall be excused from performance thereunder during the time and to the extent that they are prevented from obtaining, delivering, or performing by act of God, fire, strike, loss, or shortage of transportation facilities, lock-out, commandeering of materials, products, plants or facilities by the government, when satisfactory evidence thereof is presented to the other party (ies), provided that it is satisfactorily established that the non-performance is not due to the fault or neglect of the party not performing.
Force Majeure Clause. Wherever there is provided in this Lease a time limitation for performance by Landlord of any obligation, including but not limited to obligations related to construction, repair, maintenance or service, the time provided for shall be extended for as long as and to the extent that delay in compliance with such limitation is due to an act of God, governmental control or other factors beyond the reasonable control of Landlord.
Force Majeure Clause. Contractor shall not be liable for any failure or delay in performance hereunder during the time and to the extent that it is prevented from obtaining delivery of goods or materials, or performing the work for the Project by a Force Majeure even, as defined herein, when satisfactory evidence thereof is presented to the Judicial Council, provided that it is satisfactorily established that the non-performance is not due to the fault or neglect of the Contractor.
Force Majeure Clause. Contractor shall not be liable for any failure or delay in performance hereunder during the time and to the extent that it is prevented from obtaining delivery of goods or materials, or performing the work for the Project by:
Force Majeure Clause. EPI will not be responsible for any delay / stoppage of work due to force majeure conditions like natural calamities, civil disturbances, strikes, war etc. and losses suffered, if any, by the consultant on this account. EPI shall not be liable in any way to bear such losses and no compensation of any kind whatsoever will be payable by EPI to the Associate Consultant.
Force Majeure Clause. If at any time, either party is prevented or delayed in the performance of any act required under the Licence Agreement by reason of war, or hostility, act of the public enemy, civic commotion, sabotage, act of State or direction from Governmental / Statutory Authority, explosion, epidemic, pandemic, quarantine restrictions, strikes and lockouts (as are not limited to the establishments and facilities of the contractor), fire, floods, natural calamities or any act of GOD, provided notice of happening of any such event is given by the affected party to the other, within 21 days from the date of occurrence thereof, neither Party, shall have any claims for damages against the other, in respect of such non-performance or delay in performance provided the Agreement shall be resumed as soon as practicable, after such event comes to an end or ceases to exist. The decision of the CMD, ITPO as to whether the service may be so resumed (and the time frame within which the service may be resumed) or not, shall be final and conclusive, provided further that if the performance in whole or part of any obligation under this Agreement is prevented or delayed by reason of any such event for a period exceeding 60 days either party may, at their option, terminate the Agreement.