Primarily Liable Sample Clauses

Primarily Liable. This Guaranty is a guaranty of payment and not of collection. The liability of Guarantor under this Guaranty shall be joint and several and primary and direct and in addition to any right of action which shall accrue to Landlord under the Lease. Landlord shall have the right, at its option, to proceed against Guarantor (or any one or more parties constituting Guarantor) without having commenced any action, or having obtained any judgment, against Tenant or any other party liable under the Lease or any other guaranty of the Lease.
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Primarily Liable. (j) The Guarantor agrees that it is directly and primarily liable to the Lender, that the Guarantied Obligations hereunder are independent of the obligations of Debtor, or of any other guarantor, and that a separate action or actions may be brought and prosecuted against the Guarantor, whether action is brought against Debtor or any other guarantor or whether Debtor or any other guarantor is joined in any such action or actions. The Guarantor agrees that any releases which may be given by the Lender to Debtor or any other guarantor or endorser shall not release the Guarantor from this Guaranty.
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Related to Primarily Liable

  • Primary Liability The liability of Guarantor with respect to the Master Lease shall be primary, direct and immediate, and Landlord may proceed against Guarantor: (a) prior to or in lieu of proceeding against Tenant, its assets, any security deposit, or any other guarantor; and (b) prior to or in lieu of pursuing any other rights or remedies available to Landlord. All rights and remedies afforded to Landlord by reason of this Guaranty or by law are separate, independent and cumulative, and the exercise of any rights or remedies shall not in any way limit, restrict or prejudice the exercise of any other rights or remedies. In the event of any default under the Master Lease, a separate action or actions may be brought and prosecuted against Guarantor whether or not Tenant is joined therein or a separate action or actions are brought against Tenant. Landlord may maintain successive actions for other defaults. Landlord’s rights hereunder shall not be exhausted by its exercise of any of its rights or remedies or by any such action or by any number of successive actions until and unless all indebtedness and Obligations the payment and performance of which are hereby guaranteed have been paid and fully performed.

  • University Liability The University is not responsible for any damage or injury to the Student or any other individual or property in University Housing beyond its control. The Student agrees that the University is not responsible for any damage or injury from any act of another resident or any other person. The Student agrees that the University is not responsible or liable to the Student for any personal property that is lost, stolen, or missing from University Housing. The Student shall be responsible for having adequate and appropriate insurance (i.e., homeowners supplemental insurance and/or renter’s insurance) to protect against any loss or damage to the Student’s personal property, University property and/or University Housing (e.g. fire caused by student).

  • Warranty Liability Claims regarding the weight, the quantity and other obvious defects shall be reported immediately, at the latest, however, 2 weeks after receipt of the goods; hidden defects shall be reported in writing immediately after they have been detected. If the Purchaser does not report defects in time and if he does not provide immediately on request samples of the non-conforming goods, all claims for defects shall be void. Correct handling of a formal notice of complaint does not constitute renuncia- tion of compliance with this provision. All claims for defects which are not due to intent, even in case of hidden defects, shall be time-barred at the latest 12 months after delivery. In case of justified complaints, the Purchaser shall be entitled, at our choice, to free substitution or a credit note against return of the non-conforming goods. Should we refuse to eliminate defects or should we fall behind in our obligations, the Purchaser may grant us a reasonable period of grace; after it has elapsed without result, he may demand rescission of the contract or reduction of payment. Any further claims by the Purchaser arising from legislature and the contract, in particular damage unrelated to the deliv- ered item itself, shall not be accepted, with the exception of claims arising from intent or gross negligence. Replacement of the entire delivery or of the remaining partial delivery may not be demanded as a result of a faulty partial delivery. We may refuse elimination of defects as long as the Purchaser has not fulfilled his obligations to an appropriate extent. We shall be held liable for technical consultation or application and deploy- ment options regarding our products and of all the other relevant information by us or our vicarious agents only in case of explicit written undertaking, pro- vided that the Purchaser has provided us with the information required for cor- rect consultation. The Purchaser is obligated to verify that the goods ordered or suggested are suitable for the purpose envisaged by the Purchaser; we do not warrant suitability thereof. Quality and durability warranties have to be designated in detail as such expressly in writing. Such warranties shall be subject to the above-mentioned sections 2 and 3 to the extent that this is xx- xxxxx admissible. We shall only be held liable for damage if the undertaking pursued the purpose of safeguarding the Purchaser against the damage in- curred. In case of disputes regarding the reporting of defects, the Chamber of Industry and Commerce responsible for the supplier's factory shall designate an officially recognized expert body to issue an exert opinion or an analysis. The unsuccessful party shall bear all costs incurred due to the expert opinion or the analysis.

  • PARTY LIABILITY Contractor’s total liability under this Agreement, whether for breach of contract, warranty, negligence, strict liability, in tort or otherwise, is limited to the price of the particular products/services sold hereunder. Contractor agrees either to refund the purchase price or to repair or replace product(s) that are not as warranted. Contractor accepts liability to repay, and shall repay upon demand to END USER, any amounts determined by H-GAC, its independent auditors, or any state or federal agency, to have been paid in violation of the terms of this Agreement.

  • Company Liability 23.1 Nothing in this Agreement excludes or limits the Company’s liability for any matter that cannot be excluded or limited under Applicable Regulations.

  • Third Party Liability 23.1 For the purposes of the Contracts (Rights of Third Parties) Xxx 0000 this Agreement is not intended to, and does not, give any person who is not a party to it any right to enforce any of its provisions.

  • Indemnity/Liability You shall indemnify, and hold harmless RIM, the RIM Group of Companies, RIM's affiliates, suppliers, successors, agents, authorised distributors, (including Airtime Service Providers) and assigns and each of their directors, officers, employees and independent contractors (each a "RIM Indemnified Party") from any damages, losses, costs or expenses (including reasonable lawyers’ fees and costs) incurred by a RIM Indemnified Party, and at the RIM Indemnified Party’s request defend at Your expense any third party claim or proceeding brought against the RIM Indemnified Party, arising from: (a) infringement of patents or other intellectual property or proprietary rights arising from combining with or using any device (other than a BlackBerry Handheld Product), system or service in connection with Your BlackBerry Solution or any portion thereof; or (b) Your breach of this Agreement or any Addendum to this Agreement. No remedy herein conferred upon RIM is intended to be, nor shall it be construed to be, exclusive of any other remedy provided herein or as allowed by law or in equity, but all such remedies shall be cumulative.

  • Activities of Daily Living The basic tasks of everyday life, such as eating, bathing, dressing, toileting, and transferring.

  • Outside Professional Activities (a) For the purpose of this article, "outside professional activities" means participation in the activities of professional associations, learned societies, faculty associations, or voluntary practice of the employee’s profession, which support and/or promote the advancement of research, scholarship, teaching, artistic creation, or professional development, and improve the working conditions of academic staff.

  • Business Auto Liability The automobile liability insurance provided by the Contractor shall conform to the requirements hereinafter set forth:

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