Suit. Suit means a civil proceeding in which damages to which this insurance applies are alleged, including;
Suit. Beneficiary may, or Trustee may upon written request of Beneficiary, proceed by suit or suits, at law or in equity, to enforce the payment and performance of the Obligation in accordance with the terms hereof, of the Note or the other security instruments, or other documents and/or writings securing and/or evidencing the Obligation, to foreclose the liens of this Deed of Trust as against all or any part of the Mortgaged Property and to have all or any part of the Mortgaged Property sold under the judgment or decree of a court of competent jurisdiction.
Suit. No suit or action may be maintained in relation to this Agreement unless it shall have been instituted within three (3) years from the date that this Agreement is released.
Suit. If Licensee is in default under this Agreement, the County may xxx Licensee to recover fees due under this Agreement or damages arising from Licensee's breach of this Agreement, or to bar Licensee from operating a rental car concession in the Operating Area or elsewhere on the Airport. Nothing in this Agreement shall be deemed to require the County to await the expiration of this Agreement before suing Licensee under this subsection.
Suit. If your claim is denied by the Fund, in whole or in part, you may appeal the denial pursuant to Section 4 of the Environmental Hearing Board Act, 35 P.S. Section 7514, and the Administrative Agency Law, 2 Pa. C.S. Chapter 5A, to the Environmental Hearing Board (EHB), P.O. Box 8457, Harrisburg, PA 17105-8457, (000) 000-0000. TDD users may contact the EHB through the Pennsylvania Relay Service, (000) 000-0000. Appeals must be filed with the EHB within 30 days of receipt of written notice of the Fund’s denial unless the appropriate statute provides a different time period. Copies of the appeal form and the EHB’s rules and practice and procedure may be obtained from the EHB. The appeal form and the EHB’s rules of practice and procedure are also available in Braille or on audiotape from the Secretary to the EHB at (000) 000-0000. This paragraph does not, in and of itself, create any right of appeal beyond that permitted by applicable statutes and decisional law.
Suit. No suit or action on this Policy for recovery of any claim shall be sustained in any court of law or equity unless all material conditions of this Policy have been complied with, except that a condition may be specifically waived by the Company in writing. A suit against the Company must be commenced within three (3) years after the loss can be determined.
Suit. 1. No suit or action for recovery of any Claim or Insurance Benefit under this Policy shall be sustained in any court of law or equity unless the Insured has materially and substantially complied with the terms and conditions of this Policy, and unless the suit or action in equity is commenced within three (3) years or such longer period of time as may be required by applicable law, after (i) the Claim has been presented to the Company or (ii) the date on which the cause of action accrued, whichever is earlier. No suit or action on a Claim or Insurance Benefit may be brought against the Company until sixty (60) days have elapsed from the later of the date that the Insured is notified that Claim is perfected or from the date the Claim is deemed to be a Perfected Claim, unless the subject matter of the suit or action is whether a Perfected Claim has been filed.
Suit. No legal action can be brought against us unless the provisions of this policy have been complied with, and the amount of your obligation to pay has been decided.
Suit. (a) Each of the parties to this Policy consents to the sole and exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of the District of Columbia and/or the federal courts sitting in the District of Columbia, in the case of any dispute or other matter arising under this Policy which is not disposed of with finality under Section 9.4 (Arbitration). No suit or action for recovery of any Insurance Benefit under this Policy shall be sustained in any court of law or equity unless the Insured has materially complied with the terms and conditions of this Policy, except a suit or action where the issue is whether the Insured materially complied with the terms and conditions of the Policy or what was required to do so, and unless the suit or action in equity is commenced within three (3) years, or such longer period of time as may be permitted by Applicable Law, after (i) the Claim has been presented to the Company or (ii) the date on which the cause of action accrued, whichever is earlier. No suit or action on the Company's disposition of a Claim or Insurance Benefit may be brought against the Company until sixty (60) days have elapsed from the last day of the Claim Settlement Period. The parties to this Policy expressly waive the right to a jury trial.
Suit. Landlord may sue for specific performance, injunctive relief or to recover damages for any loss resulting from the breach.