There is an emergency Sample Clauses

There is an emergency c. The tenant gives the landlord permission to enter at the time of entry or not more than one month before time of entry for a specific purpose.

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  • Unforeseeable Emergency In the event of a Participant’s Unforeseeable Emergency, such Participant may request an emergency withdrawal from his or her Account. Any such request shall be subject to the approval of the Administrator, which approval shall not be granted to the extent that such need may be relieved (i) through reimbursement or compensation by insurance or otherwise or (ii) by liquidation of the Participant’s assets (to the extent the liquidation of such assets would not itself cause severe financial hardship). A Participant may withdraw all or a portion of his or her Account due to an Unforeseeable Emergency; provided, however, that the withdrawal shall not exceed the amount reasonably needed to satisfy the need created by the Unforeseeable Emergency.

  • De-commissioning due to Emergency 17.6.1 If, in the reasonable opinion of the Concessionaire, there exists an Emergency which warrants de-commissioning and closure of the whole or any part of the Bus Terminal, the Concessionaire shall be entitled to de- commission and close the whole or any part of the Bus Terminal to Users and passengers for so long as such Emergency and the consequences thereof warrant; provided that such de-commissioning and particulars thereof shall be notified by the Concessionaire to the Authority without any delay, and the Concessionaire shall diligently carry out and abide by any reasonable directions that the Authority may give for dealing with such Emergency.

  • WAIVER IN CASE OF EMERGENCY Section 7.1 Waiver In cases of emergency declared by the President of the United States, the Governor of the State of Ohio, the Board of Delaware County Commissioners, the Genoa Township Board of Trustees, the Federal or State Legislature, or the Chief of Police, resulting from acts of God or civil disorder, the following conditions of this Agreement shall automatically be suspended for the duration of the emergency:

  • Hardship In the event the Investor sells the Company's Common Stock pursuant to subsection (c) above and the Company fails to perform its obligations as mandated in Section 2.5 and 2.2 (c), and specifically fails to provide the Investor with the shares of Common Stock for the applicable Advance, the Company acknowledges that the Investor shall suffer financial hardship and therefore shall be liable for any and all losses, commissions, fees, or financial hardship caused to the Investor.

  • Disruption of Service The Services are not fail-safe and are not designed or intended for use in situations requiring fail-safe performance or in which an error or interruption in the Services could lead to severe injury to business, persons, property or environment ("High Risk Activities"). These High Risk Activities may include, without limitation, vital business or personal communications, or activities where absolutely accurate data or information is required. Customer expressly assumes the risks of any damages resulting from High Risk Activities. Comcast shall not be liable for any inconvenience, loss, liability, or damage resulting from any interruption of the Services, directly or indirectly caused by, or proximately resulting from, any circumstances, including, but not limited to, causes attributable to Customer or Customer- Equipment; inability to obtain access to the Service Locations; failure of any television signal at the transmitter; failure of a communications satellite; loss of use of poles or other utility facilities; strike; labor dispute; riot or insurrection; war; explosion; malicious mischief; fire, flood, lightening, earthquake, wind, ice, extreme weather conditions or other acts of God; failure or reduction of power; or any court order, law, act or order of government restricting or prohibiting the operation or delivery of the Services.

  • Financial Hardship For purposes of Article 4.01(a)(3) of this Agreement, financial hardship is as an immediate and heavy financial need of the Participant, as described in Treasury Regulation 1.401(k)-1(d)(3), where such Participant lacks other available resources. Financial needs considered immediate and heavy include, but are not limited to, 1) expenses incurred or necessary for medical care, described in Code Section 213(d), of the Employee, the Employee’s primary Beneficiary, the Employee’s Spouse or dependents, 2) the purchase (excluding mortgage payments) of a principal residence for the Employee, 3) payment of tuition and related educational fees for the next 12 months of post-secondary education for the Employee, the Employee’s primary Beneficiary, the Employee’s Spouse, children or dependents, 4) payment to prevent the eviction of the Employee from, or a foreclosure on the mortgage of, the Employee’s principal residence, 5) funeral or burial expenses for the Participant’s deceased parent, Spouse, primary Beneficiary, child or dependent, and 6) payment to repair damage to the Employee’s principal residence that would qualify for a casualty loss deduction under Code Section 165 (determined without regard to whether the loss exceeds 10 percent of adjusted gross income). No distributions on account of financial hardship shall exceed the amount determined to be necessary to meet the immediate financial need created by the hardship as described in those same regulations and the Plan and that cannot be otherwise reasonably accommodated from other resources of the Participant. Any distribution made on account of the Participant’s financial hardship shall be made to the Participant in a single sum payment in cash pursuant to instructions provided in writing or in another form acceptable to the Custodian, and delivered to the Custodian. Hardship distributions described in this Article 4.02 may consist only of the amounts contributed pursuant to the Participant’s salary reduction agreement, excluding the earnings on such contributions. The determination of whether a financial hardship exists shall be made pursuant to the terms of the Plan or by the Participant if the Plan doesn’t contain such terms and not by the Custodian. A Participant who requests a distribution on account of financial hardship shall certify, in a manner acceptable to the Custodian, that a financial hardship exists. If the Participant receives a hardship distribution, they will be prohibited from making any Elective Deferrals for a period of six months from the date of such distribution.

  • Interruption of Service If required by Good Utility Practice or Applicable Reliability Standards to do so, the NYISO or Connecting Transmission Owner may require Developer to interrupt or reduce production of electricity if such production of electricity could adversely affect the ability of NYISO and Connecting Transmission Owner to perform such activities as are necessary to safely and reliably operate and maintain the New York State Transmission System. The following provisions shall apply to any interruption or reduction permitted under this Article 9.6.2:

  • Discontinuance of Service 7.1 The procedures for discontinuing service to an End User are as follows:

  • Termination of Service (a) In the event that the Participant’s Service with the Company terminates before the Vesting Date for any reason other than the Participant’s death or disability (as defined in the Plan), the Restricted Stock, together with any property received in respect of such shares, as set forth in Section 9 hereof, shall be forfeited as of the date such Service terminates, and the Participant promptly shall return to the Company any certificates evidencing the Restricted Stock, together with any cash dividends or other property received in respect of such shares. For purposes hereof, “Service” means a continuous time period during which the Participant is at least one of the following: an employee or a director of, or a consultant to, the Company.

  • Pregnancy Disability Leave A. Leave for pregnancy or childbirth related disability is in addition to any leave granted under FMLA or WFLA.