Force Majeure Events definition

Force Majeure Events means acts of war, domestic and/or international terrorism, civil riots or rebellions, quarantines, embargoes and other similar unusual governmental actions, extraordinary elements of nature or acts of God.
Force Majeure Events mean any events beyond the reasonable control of one Party that are unavoidable by the affected Party with reasonable care, including but not limited to any acts of government, natural force, fire, explosion, storm, flood, earthquake, tide, lightning or war, provided that any credit, capital or financing shortage shall not be deemed to be the event beyond the reasonable control of one Party. The Party affected by any Force Majeure Events (hereinafter referred to as “Affected Party”) shall be exempted from its responsibility in whole or in part according to the effects of such Force Majeure Events on this Agreement, and the Affected Party who seeks exemption from its responsibility for the performance of this Agreement due to such Force Majeure Events shall notify the other Party of such Force Majeure Events not later than Ten (10) days after occurrence of such Force Majeure Events so that the Parties hereto negotiate about the amendment to this Agreement according to the effects of such Force Majeure Events and exempt in whole or in part the Affected Party from its obligations under this Agreement.
Force Majeure Events shall have the meaning set forth in Section 8.2.

Examples of Force Majeure Events in a sentence

  • Force Majeure: Events that materially affect the cost of the Goods or 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.

  • Such Force Majeure Events include, but are not limited to, adverse weather conditions, flood, fire, explosion, earthquake, volcanic action, power failure, embargo, boycott, war, revolution, civil commotion, act of public enemies, labor unrest (including, but not limited to, strikes, work stoppages, slowdowns, picketing or boycotts), inability to obtain equipment, parts, software or repairs thereof, acts or omissions of the other Party, and acts of God.

  • Inability to secure products or services of other Persons or transportation facilities or acts or omissions of transportation carriers shall be considered Force Majeure Events to the extent any delay or failure in performance caused by these circumstances is beyond the Party's control and without that Party's fault or negligence.

  • Delays in delivery or in meeting completion dates due to Force Majeure Events shall automatically extend such dates for a period equal to the duration of the delay caused by such events, unless the State determines it to be in its best interest to terminate this Agreement.

  • Force Majeure Events may result in interruptions in your service.


More Definitions of Force Majeure Events

Force Majeure Events or “Force Majeure” means fire, flood, earth quake, elements of nature or acts of God, epidemic, acts of war, terrorism, riots, civil disorder, rebellions, revolutions, strikes, lockouts, change of law or any other similar cause beyond the reasonable control of such party.
Force Majeure Events are events beyond the reasonable control of Mellon, its agents and its Subcontractors (other than Subcontractors engaged by Mellon at the instruction of the Fund). In the event of Force Majeure Events, or any disaster that causes a business interruption, Mellon shall act in good faith and follow applicable procedures in its disaster recovery and business continuity plan and use all commercially reasonable efforts to minimize service interruptions.
Force Majeure Events means any cause or event beyond the reasonable control of, and without the fault or negligence of a Party claiming Force Majeure, including, without limitation, an emergency, floods, earthquakes, hurricanes, tornadoes, adverse weather conditions not reasonably anticipated or acts of God; sabotage; vandalism beyond that which could reasonably be prevented by a Party claiming Force Majeure; terrorism; war; riots; fire; explosion; blockades; insurrection; strike; slow down or labor disruptions (even if such difficulties could be resolved by conceding to the demands of a labor group); economic hardship or delay in the delivery of materials or equipment that is beyond the control of a Party claiming Force Majeure, and action or failure to take action by any governmental authority after the effective date of the Design-Build Agreement (including the adoption or change in any rule or regulation or environmental constraints lawfully imposed by such governmental authority), but only if such requirements, actions, or failures to act prevent or delay performance; and inability, despite due diligence, to obtain any licenses, permits, or approvals required by any governmental authority.
Force Majeure Events means the events as specified in Clause 31 herein.
Force Majeure Events bears the meaning ascribed thereto in Section 11.1; “Foreign Currency” means any currency other than the Taka;
Force Majeure Events has the meaning set forth in Section 3.5(b).
Force Majeure Events means judgments or orders of courts, orders or dispositions of relevant competent authorities, wars, hostility, blockade, riots, revolutions, strikes, work suspension, financial crisis, nuclear disasters, fires, hurricanes, earthquakes, tsunamis, plagues or floods, etc., which are not attributable to the Parties, or force majeure or equivalent events.