Force Majeure Delay. If Seller has not achieved the Initial Delivery Date as of the Expected Initial Delivery Date because of a Force Majeure event, Seller is not responsible for paying Delay Damages for the period extending to the first day following a day-for-day extension of the same duration as the Force Majeure event.
Force Majeure Delay. “Force Majeure Delay” shall mean any delay incurred by Tenant in the design and construction of its Tenant Improvements or its move into the Premises attributable to any: (i) actual delay or failure to perform attributable to any strike, lockout or other labor or industrial disturbance (whether or not on the part of the employee of either party hereto), civil disturbance, further order claiming jurisdiction, act of public enemy, war, riot, sabotage, blockade, embargo; (ii) delay due to changes in any applicable laws (including, without limitation, the ADA) or Building Plans, or the interpretation thereof; or (iii) delay attributable to lightning, earthquake, fire, storm, hurricane, tornado, flood, washout, explosion, or any other similar industry-wide or Building-wide cause beyond the reasonable control of the party from whom performance is required, or any of its contractors or other representatives.
Force Majeure Delay. A delay to the development of a Lot Under Development or a delay to the construction of a Dwelling which is caused by fire, earthquake or other Acts of God, strike, lockout, acts of public enemy, riot, insurrection, or governmental regulation of the sale or transportation of materials, supplies or labor, provided that the Borrower furnishes the Administrative Agent with written notice of any such delay within ten (10) days from the commencement of any such delay and provided that the period of the Force Majeure Delay shall not exceed the period of delay caused by such event.
Force Majeure Delay. If Seller has not achieved the Initial Delivery Date as of the Expected Initial Delivery Date because of a Force Majeure event, Seller is not responsible for paying Delay Damages for the period extending to the first day following a day-for-day extension of the same duration as the Force Majeure event. Article Three TRANSACTION Three.1Product . Seller shall provide Buyer the Capacity Attributes which must be exclusively from the Project during the applicable Contract Month as set forth in Appendix II (“Product”). Product does not confer to Buyer any right to dispatch or receive Energy or Ancillary Services from the Project.
Force Majeure Delay. Neither party will be responsible for delays in performance caused by acts of God or governmental authority, strikes or labor disputes, fires or other loss of manufacturing facilities, breach by suppliers of supply agreements, or any other cause beyond the reasonable control of that party.
Force Majeure Delay. In the event that either party shall be delayed or hindered in or prevented from the performance of any act required hereunder by reason of preemption, strikes, lock-outs, labor troubles, labor disputes, shortages of labor and material, inability to procure materials, failure of power, governmental moratorium or other governmental action or inaction (including failure, refusal or delay in issuing permits, approvals and/or authorizations), government restrictions (including restrictions issued as a response to the COVID-19 pandemic or any other public health emergency so declared by governmental authority), injunction or court order, riots, insurrection, war, enemy action, civil commotion, riot, insurrection, fire, earthquake, flood or other natural disaster or other reason of a like nature, not the fault of said party and other acts of God (herein collectively, “Force Majeure Delay”), then performance of such act shall be excused for the period of the delay and the period for the performance of any such act shall be extended for a period equivalent to the period of such delay, provided that Force Majeure Delay shall not apply to Tenant’s obligations to pay Rent or any other charges, fees or costs pursuant to this Lease.
Force Majeure Delay. If Provider has not achieved the Initial Shown Date as of the Expected Initial Shown Date because of a Force Majeure event affecting the Project, Provider is not responsible for paying Delay Damages for the period extending to the first day following a day-for-day extension of the same duration as the Force Majeure event. Article Three SHOWING COMMITMENT OBLIGATION Three.1Showing Quantity .
Force Majeure Delay a) Novar is not liable for any delay in production or delivery of goods if due to a force majeure event, which includes, among other things, shortages or inability to obtain materials or components, or refus- als to grant an export license or the suspension or revocation thereof, or any other acts of any govern- ment that would limit Novar's ability to perform, fire, earthquake, flood, severe weather conditions, or any other acts of God, quarantines, epidemics, pandemics, or other regional medical crisis labor strikes or lockouts, riots, strife, insurrection, civil disobedience, armed conflict, terrorism or war (or imminent threat of same), or any other cause whatsoever beyond Novar's reasonable control.
Force Majeure Delay. All delays due to fire, labor disputes affecting the general St. Louis, Missouri area and not limited to the Project (and not a jurisdictional dispute), adverse weather conditions not reasonably anticipatable, unavoidable casualties or other causes which, based on Contractor’s extensive experience in constructing projects of similar scope and complexity in the same location and Contractor’s representations contained in the Contract Documents, are unforeseeable and beyond the Contractor’s reasonable control shall be a “Force Majeure Delay.” Owner shall be excused from performance of its obligations to the extent of any Force Majeure events affecting Owner, but solely to the extent the failure to perform such obligations by Owner is attributable to that Force Majeure event.
Force Majeure Delay. Neither party will be responsible to the other for its failure to perform on time when such failure is due to causes beyond the party’s reasonable control such as acts of God, fire, theft, war, riot, embargoes, or acts of civil or military authorities. If Consultant’s services are delayed by such contingencies, Consultant will immediately notify the City in writing and the City may either (1) extend time of performance, or (2) terminate the uncompleted portion of Consultant’s services at no cost to the City.