Notice of Occurrence. If either Party considers that any event of Force Majeure has occurred which may affect performance of its obligations under this Agreement, it shall promptly notify the other Party thereof stating the full particulars and anticipated duration of the event and the performance obligations that will be affected by the event.
Notice of Occurrence. Upon remedying or overcoming the circumstances giving rise to Force Majeure, the Party claiming relief under this Clause shall promptly notify the other Party of the termination of such Force Majeure condition.
Notice of Occurrence. The insured must give us or our broker prompt written notice of an occurrence to which this insurance may apply. If a claim is made or suit is brought against the insured relating to an occurrence that is likely to involve us, the insured must immediately notify us in writing and send every demand, notice, summons or other process received by him or his representative to the company providing underlying insurance or to us.
Notice of Occurrence. Any Party claiming that a Force Majeure condition has arisen shall immediately notify the other Party of the same, shall act diligently to overcome, remove and/or mitigate the effects of the event of Force Majeure, shall notify the other Party on a continuing basis of its efforts to overcome, remove and/or mitigate the event of Force Majeure and shall notify the other Party immediately when said condition has ceased.
Notice of Occurrence. 32.3 In the event of circumstances that justify the invocation of the existence of an act of God or force majeure, the affected Party shall immediately notify, in writing, the other Party, specifying such circumstances, its causes and consequences. The affected Party shall also immediately notify the end of the act of God or force majeure.
Notice of Occurrence. Upon Consultant’s knowledge of any actual or alleged occurrence, event, or third-party claim(s) which may result in or give rise to a claim against liability imposed upon, or loss suffered by Consultant, Consultant’s subconsultant(s), or Professionals engaged by Consultant which may exceed One Million Dollars ($1,000,000), Consultant shall (i) immediately provide the District with written notice of such occurrence, event or third-party claim(s) with reasonable detail; this requirement applies irrespective of when, where, or how the claim, liability, or loss occurred, whether or not the claim, liability or loss relates to or arises from the Consultant’s, Consultant’s subconsultant(s) or Professionals engaged by Consultant Services, or the validity or status of such claim, liability or loss, and applies to the entire Contract term and the five (5) years following expiration of this Agreement; and (ii) all such notice shall be issued in accordance with this Agreement.
Notice of Occurrence. Within 15 days after the occurrence of any -------------------- Triggering Event, the Affected Owner (or his personal representative) shall give notice of the occurrence ("Notice") to Corporation and the other Owners (sometimes referred to as "Remaining Owners"). Failure to give the Notice shall neither prevent nor relieve any of the parties from exercising their rights or satisfying their obligations under this Agreement, and any other party to this Agreement may at any time give the Notice on behalf of the Affected Owner (or his legal or personal representative). If the Affected Owner is a Selling Owner, then the Notice shall include a copy of the Offer stating the name of the offeror ("Offeror") and the price ("Offer Price") and other terms ("Offer Terms") of the Offer.
Notice of Occurrence. If either Party considers that any event of Force Majeure has occurred which may affect performance of its obligations under this Agreement, it shall promptly notify the other Party thereof stating the full particulars, including the obligations that are affected thereby, the estimated period during which performance may be delayed or prevented, and the particulars of the program to be implemented to resume normal performance hereunder. If a force majeure under any of the Project Documents occurs with respect to Contractor or any Subcontractor, then Developer shall promptly provide notice thereof to PacifiCorp describing: (i) the obligations of Contractor or Subcontractor that are affected; (ii) the estimated period during which performance may be delayed or prevented; and (iii) the particulars of the program to be implemented by Contractor or Subcontractor in order to resume normal performance thereunder, provided that in no event shall Developer be relieved of any of its obligations under this Agreement as a result thereof unless such force majeure qualifies as an event of Force Majeure under this Agreement.
Notice of Occurrence. When occurrence takes place, written notice shall be given by or on behalf of the Insured to the Company or any of its authorized agents as soon as practicable. Such notice shall contain particulars sufficient to identify the Insured and also reasonably obtainable information respecting the time, place and circumstances of the occurrence, the names and addresses of the injured and of available witnesses.
Notice of Occurrence. If either Party considers that any event of Force Majeure has occurred which may materially affect performance of its obligations under this Contract, it shall promptly notify the other Party thereof stating the full particulars and anticipated duration of the event and the performance obligations that will be affected by the event. The Party invoking Force Majeure shall provide to the other Party (i) notice of the occurrence of Force Majeure in writing within two (2) Business Days after such Party becomes aware of the occurrence and (ii) an initial written report of the potential impact of the Force Majeure event on the Work, the status of the Force Majeure event and the steps and measures undertaken or proposed to be undertaken by Contractor in connection therewith within seven (7) Business Days after the provision of the notice specified in subsection (i) and shall continue to furnish such reports on weekly basis with respect thereto during the continuation, and until the termination, of the Force Majeure. Failure to provide the notice or initial report within the time periods specified in this Section 27.2, shall preclude such Party from invoking Force Majeure with respect to such event or occurrence unless there is no adverse effect or undue prejudice on the other Party as the result of any such delay. For the avoidance of doubt, except with respect to Company-Procured Equipment, if any Subcontractor is entitled under any contract or agreement relating to the Work to excused performance on the basis of force majeure on terms additional to or broader than those set forth in this Contract, such additional or broader force majeure events shall not excuse Contractor’s non-performance of its obligations under this Contract.