Event of Force Majeure definition

Event of Force Majeure means one of the following events:
Event of Force Majeure in respect of a party shall mean any reasonably unforeseeable act, cause, contingency or circumstance beyond the reasonable control of such party, including, without limitation, any governmental action, nationalization, expropriation, confiscation, seizure, allocation, embargo, prohibition of import or export of goods or products, regulation, order or restriction (whether foreign, federal or state), war (whether or not declared), civil commotion, disobedience or unrest, insurrection, public strike, riot or revolution, fire, flood, drought, other natural calamity, damage or destruction to plant and/or equipment, or any other accident, condition, cause, contingency or circumstance (including without limitation, acts of God within or without the United States), but shall not include an inability to pay for whatever reason.

Examples of Event of Force Majeure in a sentence

  • The contractor is entitled to apply for an extension of time to complete if the Event of Force Majeure affects the progress of the works.

  • Relief If an Event of Force Majeure can be established, then it is provided that a party’s inability to perform their obligations (except for the Employer’s payment obligation) would not constitute a breach.

  • In Event of Force Majeure, the affected performing party will promptly notify the other party in writing of the nature and anticipated length of continuance of such Event of Force Majeure, and during such period both parties will be excused from performance hereunder.

  • It is further provided that parties may mutually agree to terminate the contract if either party considers the Event of Force Majeure to be of such severity, or to be continuing for such period of time that it effectively frustrates the original intent of the contract.

  • If the Force Event of Force Majeure event continues for ninety (90) consecutive days, or is reasonably expected to continue for ninety (90) consecutive days, then the party other than the non-performing party may terminate this Agreement upon thirty (30) days prior written notice.


More Definitions of Event of Force Majeure

Event of Force Majeure means an event beyond the control of Contractor or TTU which prevents or makes a party’s compliance with any of its obligations under the Contract illegal or impracticable, including but not limited to: act of God (including, without limitation, fire, explosion, earthquake, tornado, drought, and flood); war, act or threats of terrorism, hostilities (whether or not war be declared), invasion, act of enemies, mobilization, requisition, or embargo; rebellion, insurrection, military or usurped power, or civil war; contamination or destruction from any nuclear, chemical, or biological event; riot, commotion, strikes, go slows, lock outs, or disorder; epidemic, pandemic, viral outbreak, or health crisis; or directive of governmental authority. No party will be considered in breach of the Contract to the extent that performance of their respective obligations is prevented or made illegal or impracticable by an Event of Force Majeure that arises during the term (or after execution of the Contract but prior to the beginning of the term). A party asserting an Event of Force Majeure hereunder (“Affected Party”) will give reasonable notice to the other party of an Event of Force Majeure upon it being foreseen by, or becoming known to, Affected Party. In the event of an Event of Force Majeure, Affected Party will endeavor to continue to perform its obligations under the Contract only so far as reasonably practicable.
Event of Force Majeure means any strike, lockout, labor dispute, embargo, flood, earthquake, storm, dust storm, lightning, weather, pandemic, epidemic, fire, act of God, war, national emergency, civil disturbance or disobedience, riot, sabotage, terrorism, restraint by governmental order, government or Property restrictions, decisions and regulations, insurrections or any other occurrence beyond the reasonable control of the party in question that may affect performance of services under this Agreement. TAILGATE GUYS shall not be held liable for any delay or default in performing hereunder due the occurrence of an Event of Force Majeure, and CLIENT does hereby release TAILGATE GUYS from any claim for damages arising therefrom. If an Event of Force Majeure occurs and results in (i) cancellation of an event for which CLIENT has purchased Tailgate Services, TAILGATE GUYS will credit CLIENT one hundred percent (100%) of the payment made by CLIENT for that event towards a future event in the same of following season with TAILGATE GUYS or
Event of Force Majeure means acts of God or public enemy (including criminals and terrorists), wars (declared or undeclared), revolution, riots, insurrections, civil commotions, fires, floods, slides, epidemics, quarantine restrictions, strikes or lockouts, including illegal work stoppages or slowdowns, or stop work orders issued by a court or public authority, including the City (provided that such orders were not issued nor any such labour disputes occasioned as a result of an act or omission of the Consultant, or anyone employed or retained by the Consultant), freight embargos or power failures, PROVIDED that any such event or circumstance reasonably constitutes a material disabling event or circumstance which is beyond the reasonable control of a party, does not arise from the neglect or default of a party, and which results in a material delay, interruption or failure by a party in carrying out its duties, covenants or obligations under this Agreement, but which does not mean or include any delay caused by the Consultant’s lack of funds or financial condition; (a) “HST” means the tax payable and imposed pursuant to part IX of the Excise Tax Act (Canada) as amended, including any provincial component collected by Canada on behalf of British Columbia, and any successor legislation thereto;
Event of Force Majeure means an unforeseeable act that prevents or delays a Party from performing one or more of its duties under this Agreement and that is outside of the reasonable control of the affected Party. An Event of Force Majeure includes acts of war or of nature, insurrection and riot, and labor strikes. An Event of Force Majeure does not include a Party’s inability to obtain a Third Party’s consent to any act or omission, unless the inability was caused by a separate Event of Force Majeure.