Omissions. None of NAI’s representations in the Operative Documents or in any other document, certificate or written statement furnished to BNPPLC by or on behalf of NAI contains any untrue statement of a material fact or omits a material fact necessary in order to make the statements contained herein or therein (when taken in their entireties) not misleading.
Omissions. In the event that either party hereto discovers any material omission in the provisions of this Contract which such party believes is essential to the successful performance of this Contract, said party may so inform the other party in writing, and the parties hereto shall thereafter promptly negotiate in good faith with respect to such matters for the purpose of making such reasonable adjustments as may be necessary to perform the objectives of this Contract.
Omissions. Any omission by the Landlord to include in the account of the Building Expenses in any Financial Year a sum expended or a liability incurred in that Financial Year shall not preclude the Landlord from including that sum or the amount of that liability in any subsequent Financial Year as the Landlord shall determine.
Omissions. If any punctuation, word, clause, sentence, or provision necessary to give meaning, validity, or effect to any portion of this Agreement shall be omitted here-from, then it is hereby declared that such omission was unintentional and that the omitted element shall be included in order to give meaning, validity, and/or effect to any portion of this Agreement.
Omissions. In the event either party hereto discovers any material omission in the provisions of this Contract that is essential to the successful performance of this Contract, said party may so inform the other party in writing. The parties hereto will thereafter promptly negotiate the issues in good faith in order to make all reasonable adjustments necessary to perform the objectives of this Contract.
Omissions. Any delay or omission by either party to exercise any right or remedy under this Agreement shall not be construed to be a waiver of any such right or remedy or any other right or remedy hereunder. All of the rights of either party under this Agreement shall be cumulative and may be exercised separately or concurrently.
Omissions. No representations or warranties by Seller contained in this Agreement contain any untrue statement of a material fact or omit to state a material fact necessary to make the statements and facts contained therein not misleading.
Omissions. If the Contract Documents are not complete as to any minor detail of a required construction system or with regard to the manner of combining or installing of parts, materials, or equipment, but there exists an accepted trade standard for good and skillful construction, such detail shall be deemed to be an implied requirement of the Contract Documents in accordance with such standard. “
Omissions. If the Contract Documents are not complete as to any Detail or required construction system or with regard to the manner of combining or installing of parts, materials, or equipment, but there exists accepted trade standard for good and workmanlike construction, such detail shall be deemed to have been implied by the requirements of the Contract Documents in accordance with such standard. “Detail” shall include the concept of substantially identical components, where price of each such component is small even though aggregate cost or importance is substantial, and shall include a single component which is incidental, even though its cost or importance may be substantial. Quality and quantity of parts or material so supplied shall conform to trade standards and be compatible with type, composition, strength, size and profile of parts or materials otherwise set forth in the Contract Documents.
Omissions. All reports, certificates, affidavits, statements and other data furnished to the Administrative Agent by or on behalf of the Mortgagor in connection with the Loan Documents are true and correct in all material respects and do not omit to state any fact or circumstance necessary to make the statements therein not materially misleading.