Hindrances Sample Clauses

Hindrances. If at any time the Freight Forwarder's performance is or is likely to be affected by any hindrance or risk of any kind (including the conditions of the Goods) not arising from any fault or neglect of the Freight Forwarder and which cannot be avoided by the exercise of reasonable endeavour, the Freight Forwarder may abandon the carriage of the Goods under the respective contract and, where reasonably possible, make the Goods or any part of them available to the Customer at a place which the Freight Forwarder may deem safe and convenient, whereupon delivery shall be deemed to have been made, and the responsibility of the Freight Forwarder in respect of such Goods shall cease. In any event, the Freight Forwarder shall be entitled to the agreed remuneration under the contract and the Customer shall pay any additional costs resulting from the above-mentioned circumstances.
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Hindrances. Keep any goods or other items in the corridors causing hindrance in any manner in the free movement in the corridors and other places of common use in the Building.
Hindrances. 25.1 The Carrier shall ask for instructions from the Customer if the Contract cannot be performed in accordance with the terms and conditions of the STC, the carriage is impeded or its execution becomes impossible before the Consignment arrives at the designated place of delivery.
Hindrances. AFFECTINGPERFORMANCE
Hindrances. The Contractor must notify the Principal immediately in writing, with this notice being expressly designated as a notice of hindrance, if the Contractor believes itself to be hindered in the performance of its services; this notice must state the reasons for the hindrance and the expected consequences thereof with regard to scheduling and costs. The Contractor must also provide notice of obvious hindrances. The hindrances must be noted in the construction log, but entry thereof in the construction log is not a substitute for the separate written notice required pursuant to this provision. The Contractor must moreover notify the Principal immediately if and when a hindrance that has been reported no longer applies. With an eye to orderly project management, the consequences on the personnel deployed and on the other resources of the Contractor and its subcontractors due to individual circumstances posing hindrances must be stated in detail in the hindrance notice. In particular, the notice must state in detail whether, and if so to what extent, it is or has been possible to employ or use personnel and other resources elsewhere and what measures are or have been possible to mitigate any damage and/or losses that may arise or may have arisen. The Contractor must allocate its personnel, equipment, and materials in such a way as to mitigate damage and/or losses.

Related to Hindrances

  • Obstructions Tenant will not obstruct or place anything in or on the sidewalks or driveways outside the Building, or in the lobbies, corridors, stairwells or other Common Areas. Landlord may remove, at Tenant’s expense, any such obstruction or thing without notice or obligation to Tenant.

  • Interference Lessee shall use the Facility in a manner which shall not cause interference with the use or occupancy of the other portions of the Building by Lessor or others in any way. Lessee's use hereunder will be done in such a manner so as not to interfere with or impose any additional expense upon Lessor in maintaining the Building.

  • DISTURBANCES Tenant and all other occupants will be required to vacate the premises and forfeit the rental fee and security deposit for any of the following: Occupancy exceeding the agreed upon number people, using the premises for any illegal activity, causing damage to the premises rented or to any of the neighboring properties and any other acts which interferes with neighbors' right to quiet enjoyment of their premises. HOLD HARMLESS iTrip or the Owner, does not assume any liability for loss, damage or injury to persons or their personal property. Neither does owner accept any liability for any inconveniences, damage, loss or injury arising from any temporary defects or stoppage in supply of water, gas, cable service, electricity or plumbing, as well as due to weather conditions, natural disasters, acts of God, or other reasons beyond its control.

  • Obstruction The sidewalks, entries, passages, corridors, halls, lobbies, stairways, elevators and other common facilities of the Building shall be controlled by Landlord and shall not be obstructed by Tenant or used for any purposes other than ingress or egress to and from the Premises. Tenant shall not place any item in any of such locations, whether or not any such item constitutes an obstruction, without the prior written consent of Landlord. Landlord shall have the right to remove any obstruction or any such item without notice to Tenant and at the expense of Tenant. The floors, skylights and windows that reflect or admit light into any place in said Building shall not be covered or obstructed by Tenant.

  • Nuisances Tenant shall not perform any acts or carry on any practice which may injure the demised premises or be a nuisance or menace to other tenants in the Shopping Center.

  • Interruptions There shall be no abatement of rent and Lessor shall not be liable in any respect whatsoever for the inadequacy, stoppage, interruption or discontinuance of any utility or service due to riot, strike, labor dispute, breakdown, accident, repair or other cause beyond Lessor's reasonable control or in cooperation with governmental request or directions.

  • EVICTIONS The Owner hereby gives power to the Agent to sign and serve notices on the Owner’s behalf and prosecute actions to evict tenants; recover possession of the Property; recover rents and other sums due; and, when expedient, settle, compromise and release claims, actions, and suits and/or reinstate tenancies.

  • Quiet Hours Each Roommate: (check one) ☐ Agrees to keep their noise to a minimum to allow the Roommates to sleep, study, work, and for other purposes. The quiet hours will go into effect on: (check all that apply) ☐ - Weekdays, from _ to _ _. ☐ ☐ - Weekends, from _ to _. Will NOT establish any mandatory quiet hours.

  • Explosion 4. Riot or civil commotion.

  • Sabotage Sabotage is of concern to all Parties involved on any work site and may affect safety, and therefore both the physical and mental well being of all persons on site. The Parties to this Agreement will not tolerate sabotage, and will ensure that any person/s responsible for such action is immediately dismissed. It is accepted that the relevant authorities may have to be notified, and provisions of the OH&S Act implemented.

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