Opportunity to Cure. The COUNTY may, at its sole discretion, provide the AGENCY with a Notice to Cure a breach of this Contract. If the AGENCY fails to cure the breach to the COUNTY’S satisfaction within the time provided in the Notice to Cure, the COUNTY may terminate this Contract for cause.
Opportunity to Cure. Upon being advised of Citizens’ rejection of Services within the Acceptance Period, Vendor shall have thirty (30) calendar days to cure any deficiency identified by Citizens (the “Cure Period”). In the event Vendor is unable to cure said deficiency within the Cure Period, Citizens may, in its sole discretion, terminate this Agreement in whole or in part for cause and pursue such other rights and remedies allowable in law or equity. This Cure Period applies only to the failure to deliver Services as specified in this Agreement and is a limited exception to the general cure period set forth in Section 12.2.
Opportunity to Cure. The Agreement Administrator may notify the Provider in writing about the Department’s concerns regarding the quality or timeliness of a deliverable. Within five (5) business days of receipt of such a notice, the Provider shall submit a corrective action plan, which may include the commitment of additional Provider resources, to remedy the deliverable to the satisfaction of the Agreement Administrator, without affecting other project schedules. The Department's exercise of its rights under this provision shall be not be construed as a waiver of the Department's right to terminate this Agreement pursuant to Section 13, Termination.
Opportunity to Cure. A Party defaulting under Section 11.1.1 or 11.1.5 shall have thirty (30) days to cure after receipt of proper notice from the non-defaulting Party. This thirty (30) day period shall be extended by an additional ninety (90) days if (a) the failure cannot reasonably be cured within the thirty (30) day period despite diligent efforts, (b) the default is capable of being cured within the additional ninety (90) day period, and
Opportunity to Cure. (General Provision) The (Recipient) in its sole discretion may, in the case of a termination for breach or default, allow the Contractor [an appropriately short period of time] in which to cure the defect. In such case, the notice of termination will state the time period in which cure is permitted and other appropriate conditions If Contractor fails to remedy to (Recipient)'s satisfaction the breach or default of any of the terms, covenants, or conditions of this Contract within [ten (10) days] after receipt by Contractor of written notice from (Recipient) setting forth the nature of said breach or default, (Recipient) shall have the right to terminate the Contract without any further obligation to Contractor. Any such termination for default shall not in any way operate to preclude (Recipient) from also pursuing all available remedies against Contractor and its sureties for said breach or default.
Opportunity to Cure. Notwithstanding Sections 5.1.2 and 5.1.3, it shall be a condition precedent to a party’s right to terminate Executive’s employment for Cause or Good Reason, as applicable, that (a) such party shall have first given the other party written notice stating with reasonable specificity the breach on which such termination is premised within ninety (90) days after the party providing such notice becomes aware of such breach, and (b) if such breach is susceptible of cure or remedy, such breach has not been cured or remedied within forty-five (45) days after receipt of such notice.
Opportunity to Cure. STA, in its sole discretion, may allow the Contractor an appropriate period of time, as solely determined by STA, in which to cure the breach or default in its performance hereunder. In such case, the NOT shall state the time period in which the breach or default shall be cured and the appropriate conditions to satisfy such opportunity to cure. If the Contractor fails to remedy to STA’s satisfaction the breach or default within the stated time period of remedy, STA shall have the right to terminate this Agreement without further obligation to the Contractor. Any such termination for default shall not in any way operate to preclude STA from also pursuing all available legal remedies against the Contractor and its sureties for said breach or default.
Opportunity to Cure. In the event Contractor fails to perform a contractual requirement or materially breaches any term or condition, DOH may issue a written cure notice. The Contractor may have a period of time in which to cure. DOH is not required to allow the Contractor to cure defects if the opportunity for cure is not feasible as determined solely within the discretion of DOH. Time allowed for cure shall not diminish or eliminate Contractor's liability for liquidated or other damages, or otherwise affect any other remedies available against Contractor under the contract or by law. If the breach remains after Contractor has been provided the opportunity to cure, DOH may do any one or more of the following:
Opportunity to Cure. Notwithstanding anything to the contrary, the existence of one of the circumstances described in paragraphs (i) through (iv) above will not constitute Good Reason if, within 30 days after you give the Company Notice of Termination which sets forth the existence of the Good Reason condition described in paragraphs (i) through (iv), the Company has fully corrected such condition.