Delivery Conditions The Buyer’s obligation to purchase the Aircraft is conditional upon, amongst other things, the Aircraft complying on the Delivery Date with the Delivery Conditions set out in Schedule 9.
Emergency Conditions “Emergency Condition” shall mean a condition or situation: (1) that in the judgment of the Party making the claim is imminently likely to endanger life or property; or (2) that, in the case of the Transmission Provider, is imminently likely (as determined in a non-discriminatory manner) to cause a material adverse effect on the security of, or damage to the Transmission System, the Transmission Owner’s Interconnection Facilities or the Transmission Systems of others to which the Transmission System is directly connected; or (3) that, in the case of the Interconnection Customer, is imminently likely (as determined in a non-discriminatory manner) to cause a material adverse effect on the security of, or damage to, the Small Generating Facility or the Interconnection Customer’s Interconnection Facilities. Under Emergency Conditions, the Transmission Owner may immediately suspend interconnection service and temporarily disconnect the Small Generating Facility. The Transmission Provider shall notify the Interconnection Customer promptly when it becomes aware of an Emergency Condition that may reasonably be expected to affect the Interconnection Customer’s operation of the Small Generating Facility. The Interconnection Customer shall notify the Transmission Provider promptly when it becomes aware of an Emergency Condition that may reasonably be expected to affect the Transmission Owner’s Transmission System or other Affected Systems. To the extent information is known, the notification shall describe the Emergency Condition, the extent of the damage or deficiency, the expected effect on the operation of both Parties’ facilities and operations, its anticipated duration, and the necessary corrective action.
SAFETY CONDITIONS 1.0 The responsibility for providing for safe working conditions which are in conformance with applicable law and which are within fiscal constraints shall be the District's. Employees shall be responsible for complying with safety procedures and practices and for reporting any unsafe condition, facility, or equipment of which they are aware. There shall be no reprisal against an employee for reporting any unsafe or potentially unsafe condition, facility, or equipment.
Minimum Condition The number of shares of Common Stock validly tendered (and not properly withdrawn) prior to the expiration of the Offer (but excluding shares tendered pursuant to guaranteed delivery procedures that have not yet been “received”, as defined by Section 251(h)(6) of the DGCL), together with the shares of Common Stock then owned by Merger Sub, do not represent at least one share more than 50% of the then outstanding shares of Common Stock (the “Minimum Condition”).
Subsurface Conditions Unless the Contract Documents stipulate specific quantities and units of rock or unsuitable soils, the Contractor shall assume material below the surface of the Earth to be earth and other material that can be removed by power shovel or similar equipment. Should conditions encountered below the surface of the ground be at variance to the number of unit requirements as indicated by drawings or specifications, and absent an agreed-upon unit price established prior to the bid by Addendum, or after contract execution by Change Order, the Contract Sum and/or time shall be adjusted as provided in the Contract Documents for changes in the work.
Test conditions A. Start-Up and Stabilization Period. Prior to the start of the test, the Facility shall be started, synchronized and brought to full load using normal start procedures and then operated continuously at full load for as long as it is necessary, but in no case for no less than one hour, for all measured parameters to achieve stable, normal conditions such that any variations in such parameters will be within the tolerances provided in Table 3.3.3 of PTC 22.
Unsafe Conditions In accordance with 29 CFR § 1977, occasions might arise when an employee is confronted with a choice between not performing assigned tasks or subjecting himself/herself to serious injury or death arising from a hazardous condition at the workplace. If the employee, with no reasonable alternative, refuses in good faith to expose himself/herself to the dangerous condition, he/she would be protected against subsequent discrimination. The condition causing the employee's apprehension of death or injury must be of such a nature that a reasonable person, under the circumstances then confronting the employee, would conclude that there is a real danger of death or serious injury and that there is insufficient time, due to the urgency of the situation, to eliminate the danger by resorting to regular statutory enforcement channels. In addition, in such circumstances, the employee, where possible, must also have sought from his Employer, and been unable to obtain, a correction of the dangerous condition.
CONCEALED CONDITIONS 12.2.1 Should concealed conditions encountered in the performance of the Work below the surface of the ground, or should concealed or unknown conditions in an existing structure be at variance with the conditions indicated by the Contract Documents or should unknown physical conditions below the surface of the ground or should concealed or unknown conditions in an existing structure of an unusual nature, differing materially from those ordinarily encountered and generally recognized as inherent in work of the character provided for in this Contract, be encountered, the Contract Sum shall be equitably adjusted by Change Order upon claim by either party made within twenty days after the first observance of the conditions.
Covenant to Satisfy Conditions Seller will use its Reasonable Efforts to ensure that the conditions set forth in Article VII hereof are satisfied, insofar as such matters are within the control of Seller. Buyer will use its Reasonable Efforts to ensure that the conditions set forth in Article VII hereof are satisfied, insofar as such matters are within the control of Buyer. Notwithstanding the foregoing, none of the parties to this Agreement shall be required to waive any condition herein to its obligations at the Closing or to incur any substantial cost not otherwise required under this Agreement. Seller and Buyer further covenant and agree, with respect to a threatened or pending preliminary or permanent injunction or other order, decree or ruling or statute, rule, regulation or executive order that would adversely affect the ability of the parties hereto to consummate the transactions contemplated hereby, to use all Reasonable Efforts to prevent or lift the entry, enactment or promulgation thereof, as the case may be. Notwithstanding the foregoing, neither Buyer nor any of its Affiliates shall be required, in connection with the matters set forth in this Section 6.5, to hold separate (including by trust or otherwise) or divest any of their respective businesses, product lines or assets.
Termination Conditions Subject to Section 3(d), such license shall not be terminated or its exploitation enjoined, until and unless: (i) Opnext Japan has committed a material breach of its obligations under this IP License Agreement, Hitachi has given written notice of such breach to Opnext Japan and such breach remains uncured after sixty (60) days of receiving notice of such breach (the “Cure Period”), or, in the case of a breach that cannot be cured within such Cure Period, Opnext Japan has not instituted within such Cure Period steps necessary to remedy the default and/or thereafter has not diligently pursued the same to completion; or (ii) Opnext Japan has committed an incurable material breach. In the event the breach is a curable breach that cannot be cured within the Cure Period but with respect to which Opnext Japan has instituted steps necessary to remedy the default and is thereafter diligently pursuing such cure, both parties shall negotiate to determine whether further pursuit of such cure is reasonable. If the parties cannot agree on a resolution in such negotiations, then this issue shall be referred to arbitration pursuant to the arbitration procedures set forth in Exhibit B hereto to decide whether such breach can be cured or any other alternative remedy should be adopted. In the event the breach is an incurable breach, (i) the parties agree that the matter shall be referred to arbitration pursuant to the arbitration procedures set forth in Exhibit B hereto to determine the appropriate remedy, and (ii) Opnext Japan shall provide an on-going plan to address the prevention of such a breach occurring again reasonably acceptable to Hitachi within sixty (60) days of written notice of the breach and shall implement and comply with such plan within the time period set forth in such plan. In the event that either party submits the dispute to arbitration, both parties shall cooperate in such binding arbitration in accordance with Exhibit B.