Definition of Act of God or Force Majeure
Examples of Act of God or Force Majeure in a sentence
In the event of an Act of God or Force Majeure (which shall include acts of government, fire, tempest, acts of war and related matters, which are both beyond the control of the Association and are such that the Association with the application of all due diligence and foresight could not prevent) which causes the cessation of or substantial interference with the performance of the Services, the duty of the Association to perform the Services shall be suspended until such circumstances have ceased.
A dispute of the Parties shall not constitute an Act of God or Force Majeure.
All terms provided in this Agreement shall be extended for a period equivalent to the delay which has been caused by an Event derived from Act of God or Force Majeure under the terms of section 8.1 above.
Lessor shall not be required to perform any covenant or obligation in this Lease, or be liable in damages to Lessee, so long as the performance or non-performance of the covenant or obligation is delayed, caused by or prevented by an Act of God or Force Majeure.
The Exploration Periods and Appraisal Periods shall be extended pursuant to this Article 22.3 only when the relevant Act of God or Force Majeure affects the Exploration and Appraisal activities, as the case may be, for more than thirty (30) Days over such periods.