High Winds Sample Clauses

High Winds. (i) The occurrence of high winds, whilst constituting ‘inclement weather’ affecting some work processes, does not give rise to an entitlement for any Employee whose work is suspended to leave the site and be paid. Payment will not be made for time so lost. The provisions of clauses 30.4 and 30.5 do not apply to the time any work is suspended due to the effects of high wind.
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High Winds. Sailboats will not be available to be borrowed when winds exceed eighteen (18) knots, when inclement weather is present or forecasted, or when Small Craft Warnings are in effect. Use of sailboats will also be suspended when thunderstorms threaten.
High Winds. Buyer is aware that some of the Xxxxxx Ranch and Granada Hills areas as well as other areas may be considered "HIGH WIND" locations. Xxxxx is advised to make his/her own independent investigation.

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