TIME TO CURE Sample Clauses

TIME TO CURE. In the event of a Breach of Contract of the type specified in Section 10.2.1 or .2 occurs and CONTRACTOR reasonably believes that such Breach of Contract cannot be cured within the twenty (20) days allowed to cure such Breach of Contract in Section 10.2.1 or .2, as the case may be, and that such Breach of Contract can be cured, through a diligent, on-going, and conscientious effort on the part of CONTRACTOR, within a reasonable period not to exceed a total of forty-five (45) days, unless extended by the Bureau, then CONTRACTOR may, within the twenty (20) day cure period, submit a plan for curing the Breach of Contract to the Bureau Chief. Such plan shall show in detail by what means CONTRACTOR proposes to cure the Breach of Contract. Upon receipt of any such plan for curing a Breach of Contract, the Bureau shall promptly review such plan and, at its discretion, may allow, or disallow, CONTRACTOR to pursue such plan for curing the Breach of Contract.
TIME TO CURE. If any material breach of this Agreement by either party remains uncured more than thirty (30) days after written notice thereof by the party asserting this breach, this shall be an Event of Breach, provided, however, if within thirty (30) days after such notice, a substantial good faith effort to cure breach shall not be an Event of Default if it is cured within a reasonable time thereafter.
TIME TO CURE. In the event either party fails to perform any of either his or its respective obligations hereunder and if such failure would otherwise constitute a default under this agreement, the non-defaulting party shall give written notice specifying such obligations to the defaulting party who shall have five (5) business days after receipt of such notice to cure the specified default; PROVIDED that an action or failure to act that constitutes a default and that has been described with reasonable particularity may not be cured more than once.
TIME TO CURE a. If a monetary event of default occurs under the terms of any of the Loan Documents, prior to exercising any remedies thereunder the Department shall give Borrower written notice of such default. Borrower shall have a period of seven (7) days after such notice is given within which to cure the default prior to exercise of remedies by the Department under the Loan Documents, or such longer period of time as may be specified in the Loan Documents.
TIME TO CURE. 33 Upon notice of a violation under this Franchise, grantee shall have thirty days in which to cure 34 such violation. The time for Grantee to correct any violation, default or liability, shall be 35 extended by County if the necessary action to correct such violation, default or liability is of such 36 a nature or character as to require more than thirty days within which to perform, provided 37 Grantee provides written notice that it requires more than thirty days to correct such violations or 38 liability, commences the corrective action within the thirty days period and thereafter uses 39 reasonable diligence to correct the violation, default or liability. 40
TIME TO CURE. If a breach, violation or default occurs with respect to the covenants set forth in this Agreement, prior to exercising the exclusive remedy described in paragraph 14 thereunder, the Department shall give Borrower written notice of such default. If the default is reasonably capable of being cured within thirty (30) days, Borrower shall have such period to effect a cure prior to exercise of the Department’s remedy. If the default is such that it is not reasonably capable of being cured within such 30-day period and if Borrower (a) initiates corrective action within said period, and (b) diligently, continually, and in good faith works to effect a cure as soon as possible, then Borrower shall have such additional time, not to exceed an additional 180 days to cure the default prior to exercise of the remedy by the Department. If Borrower or its successor in interest is a limited partnership, if Borrower fails to take corrective action or to cure the default within such a specified time, the Department shall give Borrower written notice thereof, whereupon the limited partner may remove and replace the general partner with a substitute general partner who shall effect a cure within a reasonable time thereafter in accordance with the foregoing provisions.
TIME TO CURE. If any Event of Default of this Contract by either ------------ party remains uncured more than thirty (30) days (or a longer period if mutually agreed) after written notice thereof by the party asserting the breach to the party against which the breach is asserted, such condition may be a basis for termination; provided, however, if, within thirty (30) days (or a longer period if mutually agreed) after such notice, a substantial good faith effort to cure said breach has been undertaken by the party against which the breach has been asserted, said breach, at the sole discretion of the non-breaching party, may or may not be declared an Event of Default subject to termination. Any such discretion shall not be construed as a waiver of any eventual uncured breach.
TIME TO CURE. Upon the happening of any Default specified in this Sublease, and except for payment Defaults, and except where a specific time frame is specified above, the Sublessee shall have thirty (30) days to cure a default under this Sublease from the date that Sublessor sends notice thereof to Sublessee.
TIME TO CURE. In addition to the time periods specified herein, above, either party shall be permitted a period of thirty (30) days to cure any default; provided, however, that if the defaulting party has commenced the curing of any default, other than a default in the payment of amounts due to be paid by one party to the other, within the thirty (30) day period so provided and the defaulting party is diligently and continuously pursuing the curing of such default, the thirty (30) day period shall be extended to permit the defaulting party to complete the cure. This Time to Cure clause does not alter Section 10.6 Notice of Change or Delay, which does not include 30 days to cure a default in Delivery Date.
TIME TO CURE. In the event of a Breach of Contract of the type specified in Section