Uncontrollable definition

Uncontrollable as applied to a child, means child whom his parents cannot control. 35
Uncontrollable means  influences are part of external business environment and may not be significantly controlled by business.
Uncontrollable operating expenses shall mean: (a) Real Estate tax; (b) insurance premiums; (c) cost of water, sewer, electrical and other utility charges for the Building. Operating expenses not included in the preceding sentence constitute “Controllable” operating expenses and any such increases shall be capped at five percent (5%) per annum. Lessee has the right to audit, in Lessor’s office, the building’s operating expense and Real Estate tax books and records at least once per calendar year at its own cost with Lessee providing at least sixty (60) days prior written notice. If such audit discloses that the amount paid by Lessee for operating expenses have been overstated by more than four percent (4%) in any one year, then in addition to repaying such overpayment to Lessee, Lessor shall also pay for Lessee’s reasonable costs incurred in connection with the audit.

Examples of Uncontrollable in a sentence

  • The term "Uncontrollable Forces" shall mean any event which results in the prevention or delay of performance by a party of its obligations under this Agreement and which is beyond the reasonable control of the nonperforming party.

  • Subject to Section 5.2, the CAISO may terminate this Agreement by giving written notice of termination in the event that the Participating Generator commits any material default under this Agreement and/or the CAISO Tariff which, if capable of being remedied, is not remedied within thirty (30) days after the CAISO has given, to the Participating Generator, written notice of the default, unless excused by reason of Uncontrollable Forces in accordance with Article X of this Agreement.

  • Uncontrollable Forces (Force Majeure): Either party hereunder may be temporarily excused from performance if an Event of Force Majeure directly or indirectly causes its nonperformance.

  • The notification must specify in reasonable detail the circumstances of the Uncontrollable Force Event, its expected duration, and the steps that the Affected Party is taking to mitigate the effects of the event on its performance.

  • The Affected Party shall keep the other Party informed on a continuing basis of developments relating to the Uncontrollable Force Event until the event ends.

  • The Affected Party will be entitled to suspend or modify its performance of obligations under this Agreement (other than the obligation to make payments) only to the extent that the effect of the Uncontrollable Force Event cannot be mitigated by the use of Reasonable Efforts.

  • The nonperforming party shall, within a reasonable time of being prevented or delayed from performance by an Uncontrollable Force, give written notice to the other party describing the circumstances and Uncontrollable Forces preventing continued performance of the obligations of this Agreement.

  • Each Party shall each use its best efforts to mitigate the effects of an Uncontrollable Force, remedy its inability to perform, and resume full performance of its obligations hereunder in a timely manner.

  • If a Party anticipates that it will be unable to meet a milestone for any reason other than a Uncontrollable Force Event, it shall immediately notify the other Party of the reason(s) for not meeting the milestone and (1) propose the earliest reasonable alternate date by which it can attain this and future milestones, and (2) requesting appropriate amendments to Attachment 4.

  • Subject to Section 5.2, the CAISO may terminate this Agreement by giving written notice of termination in the event that the Participating Load commits any material default under this Agreement and/or the CAISO Tariff which, if capable of being remedied, is not remedied within thirty (30) days after the CAISO has given, to the Participating Load, written notice of the default, unless excused by reason of Uncontrollable Forces in accordance with Article X of this Agreement.

More Definitions of Uncontrollable

Uncontrollable is also defined in rule and means “the impairment cannot be controlled or compensated for by medication, therapy, surgery, or adaptive devices.”
Uncontrollable operating expenses shall mean those expenses that, in Landlord's reasonable discretion and judgment, may be subject to increases, which are outside the Landlord's control. Uncontrollable operating expenses shall include but not limited to:

Related to Uncontrollable

  • Uncontrollable Force means any cause beyond the control of the Borrower, including: (a) a tornado, flood or similar occurrence, landslide, earthquake, fire or other casualty, strike or labor disturbance, freight embargo, act of a public enemy, explosion, war, blockade, terrorist act, insurrection, riot, general arrest or restraint of government and people, civil disturbance or similar occurrence, sabotage, or act of God (provided that the Borrower shall not be required to settle any strike or labor disturbance in which it may be involved) or (b) the order or judgment of any federal, state or local court, administrative agency or governmental officer or body, if it is not also the result of willful or negligent action or a lack of reasonable diligence of the Borrower and the Borrower does not control the administrative agency or governmental officer or body; provided that the diligent contest in good faith of any such order or judgment shall not constitute or be construed as a willful or negligent action or a lack of reasonable diligence of the Borrower.

  • Uncontrollable Forces means any cause reasonably beyond the control of the Party and which the Party subject thereto has made reasonable efforts to avoid, remove or mitigate, including but not limited to acts of God, fire, flood, explosion, strike, sabotage, acts of terrorism, act of the public enemy, civil or military authority, including court orders, injunctions, and orders of government agencies (other than those of the District) with proper jurisdiction, insurrection or riot, an act of the elements, failure of equipment or contractors, or inability to obtain or ship materials or equipment because of the effect of similar causes on suppliers or carriers; provided, however, that in no event shall an Uncontrollable Force excuse the Purchaser from the obligation to pay any amount when due and owing under this contract.

  • Uncontrollable Circumstance means any act, event or condition affecting the Disposal System, the County, the City, or any of their Franchise Haulers, contractors or suppliers to the extent that it materially and adversely affects the ability of either party to perform any obligation under the Agreement (except for payment obligations), if such act, event or condition is beyond the reasonable control of and is not also the result of the willful or negligent act, error or omission or failure to exercise reasonable diligence on the part of the party relying thereon as justification for not performing an obligation or complying with any condition required of such party under the Agreement; provided, however, that the contesting in good faith or the failure in good faith to contest such action or inaction shall not be construed as willful or negligent action or a lack of reasonable diligence of either party. Examples of Uncontrollable Circumstances are:

  • Controllable Material means Material which at the time is so classified in the Material Classification Manual as most recently recommended by the Council of Petroleum Accountants Societies.

  • Controllable Operating Expenses means those Project Operating Expenses for which increases are reasonably within the control of Landlord, and shall specifically not include, without limitation, Taxes, assessments, refuse and or trash removal, insurance, collectively bargained union wages, electricity and other utilities. There shall be no limitation on the amount of increase from year to year on Project Operating Expenses which are not Controllable Operating Expenses.

  • Tenant Delay means any delay in the completion of the Tenant Improvements attributable to Tenant, including, without limitation (i) Tenant’s failure to meet any time deadlines specified herein, (ii) Change Orders, (iii) the performance of any other work in the Leased Premises by any person, firm or corporation employed by or on behalf of Tenant, or any failure to complete or delay in completion of such work, (iv) Landlord’s inability to obtain an occupancy permit for the Leased Premises because of the need for completion of all or a portion of improvements being installed in the Leased Premises directly by Tenant, and (v) any other act or omission of Tenant.

  • Tenant Delays means any delay in the completion of the Tenant Improvements resulting from any or all of the following: (a) Tenant's failure to timely perform any of its obligations pursuant to this Work Letter Agreement, including any failure to complete, on or before the due date therefor, any action item which is Tenant's responsibility pursuant to the Work Schedule delivered by Landlord to Tenant pursuant to this Work Letter Agreement; (b) Tenant's changes to Space Plans or Final Plans after Landlord's approval thereof; (c) Tenant's request for materials, finishes, or installations which are not readily available or which are incompatible with the Standards; (d) any delay of Tenant in making payment to Landlord for Tenant's share of the Work Cost; or (e) any other act or failure to act by Tenant, Tenant's employees, agents, architects, independent contractors, consultants and/or any other person performing or required to perform services on behalf of Tenant.

  • Controllable Expenses means all Operating Expenses except (i) any and all assessments, including assessment districts and government-mandated charges with respect to the Building or Real Property, or any part thereof; (ii) insurance carried by Landlord with respect to the Real Property and/or the operation thereof; (iii) janitorial and cleaning expenses; and (iv) costs of capital expenditures, including, without limitation, costs of capital improvements, capital alterations, capital repairs, reasonable wages, salaries and other compensation and benefits paid to Landlord’s employees, agents or contractors engaged in the operation, management, maintenance or security of the Building or Real Property, to the extent such wages, salaries and other compensation are for union personnel. The provisions of this Section 4.3.5 do not apply to the Tax Expenses nor Utilities Costs.

  • Work loss means loss of income from work that the injured person would have performed if the person had not been injured and expenses reasonably incurred by the person to obtain services in lieu of those the person would have performed for income, reduced by any income from substitute work actually performed by the person, or by income the person would have earned in available appropriate substitute work that the person was capable of performing but unreasonably failed to undertake.

  • Force Majeure Delays Any delay, other than a Tenant Delay, by Landlord in completing the Tenant Improvements by the Estimated Commencement Date set forth in the Lease by reason of (i) any strike, lockout or other labor trouble or industrial disturbance (whether or not on the part of the employees of either party hereto), (ii) governmental preemption of priorities or other controls in connection with a national or other public emergency, civil disturbance, riot, war, sabotage, blockade, embargo, inability to secure customary materials, supplies or labor through ordinary sources by reason of regulation or order of any government or regulatory body, or (iii) shortages of fuel, materials, supplies or labor, (iv) lightning, earthquake, fire, storm, tornado, flood, washout explosion, inclement weather or any other similar industry-wide or Building-wide cause beyond the reasonable control of Landlord, or (v) any other cause, whether similar or dissimilar to the above, beyond Landlord’s reasonable control. The time for performance of any obligation of Landlord to construct Landlord’s Work under this Work Letter or the Lease shall be extended at Landlord’s election by the period of any delay caused by any of the foregoing events.

  • Force Majeure Delay means with respect to the Servicer, any cause or event which is beyond the control and not due to the negligence of the Servicer, which delays, prevents or prohibits such Person’s delivery of the reports required to be delivered or the performance of any other duty or obligation of the Servicer under the Indenture, as the case may be, including, without limitation, computer, electrical and mechanical failures, acts of God or the elements and fire; provided, that no such cause or event shall be deemed to be a Force Majeure Delay unless the Servicer shall have given the Indenture Trustee written notice thereof as soon as practicable after the beginning of such delay.

  • Base Building Work means the base building work for the Building as described in this Manual.

  • Unplanned Service Interruption means any Service Interruption where events or circumstances prevent the timely communication of prior warning or notice to the Trader or any affected Customer;

  • Inclement Weather means any weather condition that delays the scheduled arrival or departure of a Common Carrier.

  • building work means all of the Parts to be provided and all of the work to be done by the Builder under and in connection with this Contract, as more particularly described in the Specification and the Plans, and includes all Parts to be provided and all work to be done by the Builder's subcontractors;

  • Generator Planned Outage means the scheduled removal from service, in whole or in part, of a generating unit for inspection, maintenance or repair with the approval of the Office of the Interconnection in accordance with the PJM Manuals.

  • Unforeseen means not anticipated or expected and occurring after the effective date of coverage.

  • 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.

  • Electrical work Means any labor or material used in installing, altering, maintaining, or extending an electrical wiring system and the appurtenances, apparatus, or equipment used in connection with the use of electrical energy in, on, outside, or attached to a building, residence, structure, property, or premises. The term includes service entrance conductors as defined by the National Electrical Code.

  • Excused Outage means any disruption to or unavailability of Services caused by or due to (i) Scheduled Maintenance,

  • Unavoidable means adverse impacts that remain after all appropriate and practicable avoidance and minimization have been achieved.

  • 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.

  • Generator Maintenance Outage means the scheduled removal from service, in whole or in part, of a generating unit in order to perform necessary repairs on specific components of the facility, if removal of the facility meets the guidelines specified in the PJM Manuals.

  • Cost Overrun means an obligation exceeding the maxi- mum capital expenditure authorized by an approval.

  • Extra Work means any work which is determined by City to be necessary for the proper completion of the Project, but which the Parties did not reasonably anticipate would be necessary at the execution of this Agreement. Consultant shall not perform, nor be compensated for, Extra Work without written authorization from City’s Representative.

  • Degradation means a decrease in the useful life of the right-of-way caused by excavation in or disturbance of the right-of-way, resulting in the need to reconstruct such right-of-way earlier than would be required if the excavation or disturbance did not occur.