Termination for Cause with Notice to Cure Requirement Sample Clauses

Termination for Cause with Notice to Cure Requirement. Contractor may terminate this contract for the Department’s failure to perform any of its duties under this contract after giving the Department written notice of the failure. The written notice must demand performance of the stated failure within a specified period of time of not less than 30 days. If the demanded performance is not completed within the specified period, the termination is effective at the end of the specified period.
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Termination for Cause with Notice to Cure Requirement. Either party may terminate this Contract in whole or in part for failure of the other party to materially perform any of the services, duties, terms, or conditions contained in this Contract after giving the other party written notice identifying items not performed. The written notice must demand performance of the items not performed within a specified period of time of not less than 30 days. If the demanded performance is not completed within the specified period, the termination is effective at the end of the specified period.
Termination for Cause with Notice to Cure Requirement. The Department may terminate this Contract for failure of the Grantee, its contractors, subcontractors, or subrecipient entities to comply with any applicable statute or rule or for any failure to perform or comply with any of the services, duties, terms, or conditions contained in this Contract after giving the Grantee written notice of the stated failure. The written notice will demand performance of the stated failure within a specified period of time not less than thirty (30) days. If the demanded performance is not completed within the specified period, the termination is effective at the end of the specified period.
Termination for Cause with Notice to Cure Requirement. The City may terminate this Contract for failure of the Assisted Business, its contractors, or subcontractors to perform or comply with any of the services, duties, terms or conditions contained in this Contract after giving the Assisted Business written notice of the stated failure. The written notice will demand performance of the stated failure within a specified period of time of not less than thirty (30) days. If the demanded performance is not completed within the specified period, the termination is effective at the end of the specified period.
Termination for Cause with Notice to Cure Requirement. The Subgrantee may terminate this Agreement for the State’s failure to perform any of its duties under this Agreement after giving the State written notice of the failure. The written notice must demand performance of the stated failure within a specified period of time of not less than thirty (30) days. If the demanded performance is not completed within the specified period, the termination is effective at the end of the specified period.
Termination for Cause with Notice to Cure Requirement. The Department may terminate this contract in whole or in part for Contractor’s failure to materially perform any of the services, duties, terms, or conditions contained in this contract after giving Contractor written notice of the stated failure. The written notice must demand performance of the stated failure within a specified period of time of not less than 30 days. If the demanded performance is not completed within the specified period, the termination is effective at the end of the specified period. DocuSign Envelope ID: 5741AF94-D581-4188-98AF-ADBB04B4E96C 172 Termination for Cause with Notice to Cure Requirement. Contractor may terminate this contract for the Department’s failure to perform any of its duties under this contract after giving the Department written notice of the failure. The written notice must demand performance of the stated failure within a specified period of time of not less than 30 days. If the demanded performance is not completed within the specified period, the termination is effective at the end of the specified period.
Termination for Cause with Notice to Cure Requirement. The University may terminate this contract in whole or in part for Contractor’s failure to materially perform any of the services, duties, terms, or conditions contained in this contract after giving Contractor written notice of the stated failure. The written notice must demand performance of the stated failure within a specified period of time of not less than 30 days. If the demanded performance is not completed within the specified period, the termination is effective at the end of the specified period.
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Termination for Cause with Notice to Cure Requirement. Contractor may terminate this contract for the Department’s failure to perform any of its duties under this contract after giving the Department written notice of the failure. The written notice must demand performance of the stated failure within a specified period of time of not less than 30 days. If the demanded performance is not completed within the specified period, the termination is effective at the end of the specified period. Nitro Green Contract #17-002-YSD Contracting Authority: ARM 2.5.603

Related to Termination for Cause with Notice to Cure Requirement

  • Termination for Default The County may, by written notice to the Contractor terminate this contract for default in whole or in part (delivery orders, if applicable) if the Contractor fails to:

  • Termination for Cause If Vendor fails to materially perform pursuant to the terms of this Agreement, TIPS shall provide written notice to Vendor specifying the default. If Vendor does not cure such default within thirty (30) days, TIPS may terminate this Agreement, in whole or in part, for cause. If TIPS terminates this Agreement for cause, and it is later determined that the termination for cause was wrongful, the termination shall automatically be converted to and treated as a termination for convenience.

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