Unusual Circumstances Sample Clauses

Unusual Circumstances. In the event of unusual circumstances such as a major disaster, epidemic, military action, civil disorder, labor disputes or similar causes, KFHPWA will not be liable for administering coverage beyond the limitations of available personnel and facilities. In the event of unusual circumstances such as those described above, KFHPWA will make a good faith effort to arrange for Covered Services through available Network Facilities and personnel. KFHPWA shall have no other liability or obligation if Covered Services are delayed or unavailable due to unusual circumstances.
Unusual Circumstances. If during a contract term where costs to the City are to remain firm or adjustments are restricted by a percentage or CPI cap, unusual circumstances that could not have been foreseen by either party of the contract occur, and those circumstances significantly affect the Contractor’s cost in providing the required prior items or services, then the Contractor may request adjustments to the costs to the City to reflect the changed circumstances. The circumstances must be beyond the control of the Contractor, and the requested adjustments must be fully documented. The City may, after examination, refuse to accept the adjusted costs if they are not properly documented, increases are considered to be excessive, or decreases are considered to be insufficient. In the event the City does not wish to accept the adjusted costs and the matter cannot be resolved to the satisfaction of the City, the City will reserve the following options:
Unusual Circumstances. The parties shall be excused from performing their respective obligations in the event they are prevented from performing so by reason of circumstances beyond their control, including, but not limited to, strikes and other labor disputes, wars, civil commotion, natural calamity, fire, equipment breakdown or failures. In the event of any delay described above, the time for performance may be extended by mutual agreement for a period equal to the length of the delay.
Unusual Circumstances. Involves unusual circumstances as described in 23 CFR 771.117(b).
Unusual Circumstances. A petition seeking an election or a determination relating to representation matters may be filed at any time when unusual cir- cumstances exist that substantially af- fect the unit or majority representa- tion.
Unusual Circumstances. In the event an unforeseen event prevents an employee from working a regularly scheduled work period, the employee may use personal leave days, compensatory time, vacation days, or the employee's compensation shall be reduced accordingly. In the event that this situation exists, the employee shall notify the District as soon as the situation permits.
Unusual Circumstances. If Cooperator encounters unusual circumstances that make compliance with the terms of these General Provisions impossible, Cooperator should consult with an Arizona State Forester Representative as to how to accommodate the situation.
Unusual Circumstances. 8.1 If circumstances arise which are largely beyond our control, and which make it no longer commercially sensible for Us to continue your order, We may cancel it on the Terms set out below:
Unusual Circumstances. Concessionaire shall use its best efforts to respond to any and all weather emergency and/or flight diversion situations that might require certain locations to open or remain open before or beyond these minimum hours. In unusual circumstances (e.g., diversions, delayed flights, weather), the City reserves the right to require Concessionaire to open its Concession Spaces before or remain open beyond the designated operating hours.
Unusual Circumstances. The Superintendent, with the approval of the School Committee, may exempt teachers from salary deductions for situations involving unusual circumstances. A teacher elected to serve with professional status, absent on the first day of a school year due to a personal illness or illness in the immediate family, or to accident, as hereinbefore defined shall be deemed, notwithstanding such absence, to be regularly employed and eligible for the benefits of this section. A teacher without professional status shall not be eligible for said benefits until actual service has been rendered in that year. With the approval of the Superintendent, teachers may be granted two days’ absence during the school year, without loss of salary or sick leave, for the following reasons: imperative religious, legal, or personal obligations which cannot be conducted other than during a school day. The procedure for requesting personal days is as follows: