Force Majeure definition

Force Majeure means an event beyond the control of the supplier and not involving the supplier’s fault or negligence and not foreseeable. Such events may include, but is not restricted to, acts of the purchaser in its sovereign capacity, wars or revolutions, fires, floods, epidemics, quarantine restrictions and freight embargoes.
Force Majeure means any event or occurrence which is outside the reasonable control of the Party concerned and which is not attributable to any act or failure to take preventative action by that Party, including fire; flood; violent storm; pestilence; explosion; malicious damage; armed conflict; acts of terrorism; nuclear, biological or chemical warfare; or any other disaster, natural or man-made, but excluding:
Force Majeure means an event beyond the control of the supplier and not involving the supplier’s fault or negligence and not foreseeable.

Examples of Force Majeure in a sentence

The Contractor shall not be liable for forfeiture of its performance security, or termination for default if and to the extent that its delay in performance or other failure to perform its obligations under the Contract is the result of an event of Force Majeure.

If a Force Majeure Event causes a material failure or delay in the performance of any Supplier obligation with respect to any Product for more than fifteen (15) consecutive days, PSG may, at its option, and in addition to any other rights PSG may have, terminate this Agreement.

This Section shall in no way affect the obligation of either party with respect to obligations (i) incurred hereunder prior to the Force Majeure Event or (ii) in any other agreement executed in connection herewith.

Notwithstanding any other provision of this Section, a Force Majeure Event shall obligate Supplier to begin and successfully implement all services relating to disaster recovery set forth in a “Disaster Recovery Plan” as may be specifically requested by PSG.

The parties expressly acknowledge that Force Majeure Events do not include vandalism, the regulatory acts of governmental agencies, labor strikes, lockouts, labor difficulty, or the non-performance of third parties or subcontractors relied on for the delivery of the Product unless such failure or non- performance by a third party or subcontractor is itself caused by a Force Majeure Event.


More Definitions of Force Majeure

Force Majeure means events that materially affect the Services or the time schedule within which to perform and are outside the control of the party asserting that such an event has occurred, including, but not limited to, labor troubles unrelated to the Contractor, failure of or inadequate permanent power, unavoidable casualties, fire not caused by the Contractor, extraordinary weather conditions, disasters, riots, acts of God, insurrection or war.
Force Majeure means a delay which impacts the timely performance of Work which neither the Contractor nor the State are liable for because such delay or failure to perform was unforeseeable and beyond the control of the party. Acts of Force Majeure include, but are not limited to:
Force Majeure means, with respect to a Party, an event beyond the reasonable control of such Party (or any Person acting on its behalf), which event (a) does not arise or result from the fault or negligence of such Party (or any Person acting on its behalf) and (b) by its nature would not reasonably have been foreseen by such Party (or such Person), or, if it would reasonably have been foreseen, was unavoidable, and includes acts of God, acts of civil or military authority, embargoes, epidemics, war, riots, insurrections, fires, explosions, earthquakes, floods, unusually severe weather conditions, labor problems or unavailability of parts, or, in the case of computer systems, any significant and prolonged failure in electrical or air conditioning equipment. Notwithstanding the foregoing, the receipt by a Party of an unsolicited takeover offer or other acquisition proposal, even if unforeseen or unavoidable, and such Party’s response thereto shall not be deemed an event of Force Majeure.
Force Majeure means any situation or event that:
Force Majeure means, with respect to a Party, an event beyond the reasonable control of such Party (or any Person acting on its behalf), which by its nature could not have been foreseen by such Party (or such Person), or, if it could have been foreseen, was unavoidable, and includes acts of God, storms, floods, earthquakes, hurricanes, riots, pandemics, fires, sabotage, strikes, lockouts, civil commotion or civil unrest, interference by civil or military authorities, acts of war (declared or undeclared) or armed hostilities or other national or international calamity or one or more acts of terrorism.
Force Majeure means, exhaustively, any:
Force Majeure means an event which impacts the timely performance of Work, or makes it inadvisable, illegal or impossible to hold the Program or provide the Property, for which neither the Contractor nor the Judicial Council are liable because such event was unforeseeable and beyond the control of the party. Force Majeure include, but are not limited to: