FORCE MAJEURE DELAYS. In any case where either party hereto is required to do any act (other than the payment of money), delays caused by or resulting from Acts of God or Nature, war, civil commotion, fire, flood or other casualty, labor difficulties, shortages of labor or materials or equipment, government regulations, delay by government or regulatory agencies with respect to approval or permit process, unusually severe weather, or other causes beyond such party's reasonable control the time during which act shall be completed, shall be deemed to be extended by the period of such delay, whether such time be designated by a fixed date, a fixed time or "a reasonable time."
FORCE MAJEURE DELAYS. This Lease and the obligations of Tenant hereunder shall not be affected or impaired because Landlord is unable to fulfill any of its obligations hereunder or is delayed in doing so, if such inability or delay is caused by reason of force majeure, strike, labor troubles, acts of God, acts of government, unavailability of materials or labor, or any other cause beyond the reasonable control of Landlord (collectively “Force Majeure Delays”).
FORCE MAJEURE DELAYS. For purposes of the Work Letter, “Force Majeure Delays” means any and all causes beyond Landlord’s reasonable control, including, without limitation, delays caused by Tenant, other tenants, governmental regulation, governmental restriction, strike, labor dispute, riot, accident, mechanical breakdown, shortages of or inability to obtain labor, fuel, steam, water, electricity or materials, acts of God, war, enemy action, civil commotion, fire or other casualty.
FORCE MAJEURE DELAYS. In the event that either party hereto shall be delayed or hindered in or prevented from the performance of any act required hereunder by reason of strikes, lockouts, labor troubles, inability to procure materials, failure of power, restrictive governmental laws or regulations, riots, insurrection, war or other reason of like nature not the fault of the party delayed in performing work of doing acts required under the terms of this Lease (a delay resulting from financial inability to perform, excepted) (collectively, "force majeure" events), then performance of such work or act shall be excused for the period of the delay, and the period for the performance of any such work or act shall be extended for a period equivalent to the period of such delay. This provision shall not operate to excuse Lessee from prompt payment of Basic Rent, Additional Rent or any other payments required by the terms of this Lease, unless the commencement date or periods permitting Lessee to abatement of rent are postponed or extended by such delays.
FORCE MAJEURE DELAYS. For purposes of this Work Letter, “Force Majeure Delays” shall mean any actual delay beyond the reasonable control of Landlord in the construction of any of the Office Improvements or the Allowance Improvements, which is not a Tenant Delay and which is caused by any of the causes described in Section 31.17 of the Lease.
FORCE MAJEURE DELAYS. Nonperformance of any of the conditions or covenants herein by any party hereto shall be excused when performance is prevented or delayed by reason of any of the following forces reasonably beyond the control of such party: acts of God, strike, war, lockout, labor trouble, reasonable inability to secure materials or labor, unreasonable delay by a governmental entity in the issuance of any required governmental permit, license or approval, act of nature (including but not limited to earthquake, windstorm, flood, wildfire, or other severe weather or environmental condition) insurrection, riot, casualty, acts of public enemy, governmental restrictions, litigation initiated by a party other than a party hereto or its affiliate, unreasonable acts or failures to act of any governmental agency or entity or unreasonable delays of any contractor, subcontractor or supplier. In such event, nonperformance shall be excused and the time of performance shall be extended only by the number of days the performance is delayed or prevented.
FORCE MAJEURE DELAYS. If Landlord, as the result of any (a) strikes, lockouts or labor disputes, (b) delays in obtaining labor or materials or reasonable substitutes therefore of which Landlord or General Contractor had no reason to expect at the time of contracting for same, (c) abnormal inclement weather which delays or precludes construction, acts of God or the public enemy, condemnation, civil commotion, fire or other casualty, (d) shortage of fuel, (e) action or nonaction of public utilities or of local, state or federal governments, affecting the work, the occurrence of which Landlord or General Contractor had no reason to anticipate including, but not limited to, delays in the permitting process as a result of the action or inaction or such governmental authorities, or (f) other conditions similar to those enumerated above which are beyond the reasonable anticipation of Landlord or General Contractor, such that the Landlord cannot reasonably perform any obligation on Landlord’s part to be performed hereunder within the time periods herein specified (collectively, the “Force Majeure Delays”), then such failure shall be excused and shall not be a breach of Landlord’s obligations under this Lease, and the deadline for performance shall be extended for a period equal to the period of delay, and Landlord will notify Tenant of the nature and probable duration of such delay. Landlord shall make reasonable best efforts to minimize the impact of such delay.
FORCE MAJEURE DELAYS. The term "FORCE MAJEURE DELAYS" shall mean delays caused by any event of force majeure described in Section 32.8 of the Lease and shall also include any time period in excess of six weeks between the date that Tenant submits the Final Design Drawings to the City of Livermore for Permits and the date the Permits are issued, unless the delay in issuing Permits is due to a Tenant Delay.
FORCE MAJEURE DELAYS. For purposes of the Lease and this Work Letter, "Force Majeure Delays" means any actual delay in the construction of the Tenant Improvements resulting from events beyond the reasonable control of either party, including but not limited to, delays caused or contributed to by governmental or quasi-governmental entities, lenders, and acts of God.