Examples of Commercially Reasonable Manner in a sentence
Good Faith and Commercially Reasonable Manner Any exercise of discretion by the Issuer under these Conditions will be made in good faith and in a commercially reasonable manner.
Seller shall determine the number and extent of Planned Outages in a Commercially Reasonable Manner recognizing that it is the intent of the Parties to maximize production of the Facility and to such extent Seller shall be excused from providing the Product during such Planned Outage(s).
Buyer and Seller shall negotiate in good faith and in a Commercially Reasonable Manner to agree upon procedures pursuant to which Seller shall test the Meters from time to time.
All such amounts shall be determined by Buyer in good faith and in a Commercially Reasonable Manner, and Buyer shall provide Seller with a reasonably detailed calculation of the Termination Payment due under this Section 9.3(b)(iii).
If the Non-Defaulting Party establishes an Early Termination Date, then the Non-Defaulting Party shall calculate its Gains or Losses and Costs resulting from the termination as of the Early Termination Date, in a Commercially Reasonable Manner.
The Party claiming Force Majeure shall act in a Commercially Reasonable Manner to remedy the Force Majeure as soon as practicable and shall keep the other Party advised as to the continuance of the Force Majeure event.
If any such obligation is unascertained, the Non-Defaulting Party may in a Commercially Reasonable Manner estimate that obligation and set-off in respect of the estimate, subject to the relevant Party providing an accounting and true-up to the other Party after the amount of the obligation is ascertained.
All such amounts shall be determined by Seller in good faith and in a Commercially Reasonable Manner, and Seller shall provide Buyer with a reasonably detailed calculation of the Termination Payment due under this Section 9.3(b)(iv).
Any such modification shall be implemented by Company in a Commercially Reasonable Manner and shall be applied to the Facility and Company’s own generating assets on a non-discriminatory basis.
Seller shall act in a Commercially Reasonable Manner to maximize the output of the Facility in a safe manner to generate the Product and to minimize the occurrence, extent, and duration of any event adversely affecting the generation of the Product, in each case consistent with Prudent Utility Practice.