The DJ’s Performance Sample Clauses

The DJ’s Performance. 8.1 The DJ shall be punctual and shall render the DJ’s services required to be performed pursuant to this Agreement in a competent and professional manner. The DJ agrees to appear in person and to comply with the reasonable direction of the Contractor.
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  • Excused Performance 6.1 Notwithstanding the occurrence of a Force Majeure Event, in which case Clause 17 will govern, BT will not be liable for any failure or delay to perform any of its obligations under this Agreement (including any of its obligations to meet any Service Levels) to the extent that BT’s failure or delay in performing arises as a result of:

  • Services Performance All services are performed using generally recognized commercial practices and standards. Customer agrees to provide prompt notice of any such service concerns and HP will re-perform any service that fails to meet this standard.

  • Service Performance All Services provided by the Agency shall be performed in a diligent, safe, courteous, and timely manner in accordance with this Contract and the Associated federal requirements.

  • Excuse from Performance The Parties shall be excused from performing their respective obligations hereunder if they are prevented from so performing by reason of floods, earthquakes, other acts of nature, war, civil insurrection, riots, acts of any government (including judicial action), and other similar catastrophic events which are beyond the control of and not the fault of the Party claiming excuse from performance hereunder. Labor unrest, including but not limited to strike, work stoppage or slowdown, sick-out, picketing, or other concerted job action conducted by Contractor's employees or directed at Contractor is not an excuse from performance and Contractor shall be obligated to continue to provide service notwithstanding the occurrence of any or all of such events. The Party claiming excuse from performance shall, within two (2) Business Days after such Party has notice of such cause, give the other Party notice of the facts constituting such cause and asserting its claim to excuse under this Section. If either Party validly exercises its rights under this Section, the Parties hereby waive any claim against each other for any damages sustained thereby. The partial or complete interruption or discontinuance of Contractor's services caused by one or more of the events described in this Section shall not constitute a default by Contractor under this Agreement. Notwithstanding the foregoing, however, if Contractor is excused from performing its obligations hereunder for any of the causes listed in this Section for a period of thirty (30) calendar days or more, the SCWMA shall nevertheless have the right, in its sole discretion, to terminate this Agreement by giving ten (10) calendar days notice to Contractor unless Contractor has demonstrated, by the thirtieth (30th) calendar day, to the satisfaction of the SCWMA that the Contractor will resume services no later than the sixtieth (60th) day following the date service was interrupted or discontinued by Contractor.

  • CONTRACTOR’S PERFORMANCE 2.21.1 Contractor shall make citizen satisfaction a priority in providing services under this Agreement. Contractor shall train its employees to be customer service-oriented and to positively and politely interact with citizens when performing contract services. Contractor’s employees shall be clean, courteous, efficient, and neat in appearance and committed to offering the highest quality of service to the public. If, in the Director’s opinion, Contractor is not interacting in a positive and polite manner with citizens, he or she shall direct Contractor to take all remedial steps to conform to these standards

  • Continuing Performance Each party is required to continue to perform its obligations under this contract pending final resolution of any dispute arising out of or relating to this contract, unless to do so would be impossible or impracticable under the circumstances.

  • Continued Performance The Contractor and Contractor Parties shall continue to Perform their obligations under the Contract while any dispute concerning the Contract is being resolved.

  • Non-Performance The obligation of ECOLOGY to the RECIPIENT is contingent upon satisfactory performance by the RECIPIENT of all of its obligations under this Agreement. In the event the RECIPIENT unjustifiably fails, in the opinion of ECOLOGY, to perform any obligation required of it by this Agreement, ECOLOGY may refuse to pay any further funds, terminate in whole or in part this Agreement, and exercise any other rights under this Agreement. Despite the above, the RECIPIENT shall not be relieved of any liability to ECOLOGY for damages sustained by ECOLOGY and the State of Washington because of any breach of this Agreement by the RECIPIENT. ECOLOGY may withhold payments for the purpose of setoff until such time as the exact amount of damages due ECOLOGY from the RECIPIENT is determined.

  • Work Performance All work in performance of this Lease shall be done by skilled workers or mechanics and shall be acceptable to the RECO. The RECO may reject the Lessor’s workers 1) if such are unlicensed, unskilled, or otherwise incompetent, or 2) if such have demonstrated a history of either untimely or otherwise unacceptable performance in connection with work carried out in conjunction with either this contract or other Government or private contracts.

  • Full Performance The Owner and the Contractor hereby agree to the full performance of the Contract Documents.

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