Repeat Violations. If Tenant has been served with a prior written notice that required Tenant to remedy a breach, and Tenant remedied such breach, if Tenant intentionally has committed a subsequent breach of a like nature as the prior breach, Landlord may serve on Tenant a thirty (30) day termination notice for such repeat violation. Such notice must make reference to the prior breach of a like nature and state that the Lease will terminate in thirty (30) days for the reasons stated therein without allowing Tenant an opportunity to remedy such subsequent breach.
Repeat Violations. If Settling Entity has received four (4) or more Notices of Violation concerning the same type of Covered Product that were not successfully contested or withdrawn in any two (2) year period then, at CEH’s option, CEH may seek whatever fines, costs, penalties, attorneys’ fees, or other remedies that are provided by law for failure to comply with the Agreement. Prior to seeking such relief, CEH shall meet and confer with Settling Entity for at least thirty (30) days to determine if Settling Entity and CEH can agree on measures that Settling Entity can undertake to prevent future alleged violations.
Repeat Violations. Federal and state environmental programs establish harsher penalties for violations of environmental laws or rules that constitute repeat violations. In a proceeding to resolve alleged violations by the Regulated Party, if any, occurring after the date of the alleged violations set out in Part 6 of this Agreement, the Regulated Party may argue about the extent to which the violations alleged in Part 6 of this Agreement should affect the penalty amount for the later violations, but waives the right: (1) to contend that the violations alleged in Part 6 of this Agreement did not occur as alleged and (2) to require the MPCA to prove the violations alleged in Part 6 of this Agreement.
Repeat Violations. Landlord may terminate the rental agreement for cause (other than late rent) and take possession of the premises by providing written notice to Tenant and allowing Tenant the right to cure the violation pursuant to ORS 90.392. However, if a written notice for cause is for substantially the same act or omission that constituted a prior violation for which notice was given within the previous six months, Tenant does not have the right to cure the violation.
Repeat Violations. Tutor Perini Corporation and O & G Industries, Inc., a Joint Venture, and Frontier Xxxxxx Constructors Inc. and Tutor Perini Corporation, a Joint Venture, each agree to comply with all CARB regulatory requirements, and acknowledge that repeat violations of CARB regulations could result in increased penalties in the future.