Termination of the Contract. 11.1. The Coordinator may terminate the contract if the Co-beneficiary has inadequately discharged or failed to discharge any of the contractual obligations, insofar as this is not due to force majeure, after notification of the Co-beneficiary by registered letter has remained without effect for one month.
Termination of the Contract. Failure of the successful bidder to comply with the requirement of instructions to the bidders shall constitute sufficient grounds for the annulment/termination of the award and forfeiture of the bid Security, in which event the Procuring Agency may make the award to the next lowest evaluated bidder or call for new bids.
Termination of the Contract. 1. DU has the right to terminate the contract, if the author does not re-produce the work according to the DU’s requirements, or if the author, without a weighty reason, did not deliver the work properly even in the additional period. If DU, resulting from the second reason, does not use the option of terminating the contract, it may reduce the author’s compensation by 0.1% for every started day of delay.
Termination of the Contract. If after notice of termination of the Contract for default, it is determined by the State or a court that the MCO was not in default or that the MCO’s failure to perform or make progress in performance was due to causes beyond control and without the error or negligence of the MCO, or any Subcontractor, the notice of termination will be deemed to have been issued as a termination for the convenience of BMS, and the rights and obligations of the parties will be governed accordingly. In the event the State of West Virginia, Department of Administration Purchasing and/or BMS terminates the Contract in full or in part as provided in this clause, the State of West Virginia, Department of Administration Purchasing may procure services similar to those terminated, and the MCO will be liable for any excess costs for such similar services for any calendar month for which the MCO has been paid to provide services to Medicaid clients. Prior to the termination for default of the MCO, BMS may take the following steps: • After a hearing before the administrative law judge, if one is requested by the MCO as set forth in Article II, Section 6.8, provide the MCO with written notice of the decision affirming or reversing the proposed termination of the contract, and the effective date of the termination, if applicable; and • For an affirming decision, give enrollees of the MCO notice of the termination, and information regarding enrollees’ options for receiving covered services following the termination, and the right to terminate enrollment in the MCO immediately without cause. In the event of a termination for default, the MCO must be paid for those services which the MCO has provided. The MCO may terminate performance of work under this Contract in whole, or in part, with a ninety (90) day written notification to the State of West Virginia, Department of Administration Purchasing through BMS, whenever BMS fails to make payment for services under this Contract for sixty (60) calendar days and fails to cure such non-payment or make progress toward curing nonpayment within a period of thirty (30) calendar days after receipt of the MCO’s written notice of termination. The rights and remedies of BMS provided in this clause are not exclusive and are in addition to any other rights and remedies provided by law or under this contract. If the State of West Virginia, Department of Administration Purchasing through BMS terminates the Contract for default, the MCO will be responsibl...
Termination of the Contract. The consortium coordinator has the right to terminate the contract if the student does not meet the require- ments stated in this agreement and if the student has been admitted to the EMLex programme on the basis of false information.
Termination of the Contract. TERMINATION, ABANDONMENT, OR SUSPENSION AT WILL The OWNER, in its sole discretion, shall have the right to terminate, abandon, or suspend all or part of the project and contract at will. If the OWNER chooses to terminate, abandon, or suspend all or part of the project, it shall provide CONTRACTOR 10 day’s written notice of its intent to do so. If all or part of the project is suspended for more than 90 days, the suspension shall be treated as a termination at will of all or that part of the project and contract. Upon receipt of notice of termination, abandonment, or suspension at will, CONTRACTOR shall:
Termination of the Contract. 1. This Contract shall terminate by the execution of the instruction or by removing the Mandatary by the Mandator. If the contract is terminated by removal, the Mandator shall be obliged to pay the Mandatary any and all costs incurred until the removal, any damage suffered, and if the Mandatary is entitled to any remuneration, even for a part of the work done. This applies even if the completion of the injunctive orders is frustrated by a chance, for the emergence of which the Mandatary has not exerted any initiative.