Force Majeure Event

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Force Majeure Event. Has the meaning set forth in Article 10.
Force Majeure Event. Has the The meaning set forth in Article 10
Force Majeure Event. Has the meaning set forth in Article 10. 11.
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Force Majeure Event. First used in Section 12 hereof, means any act of God, labor dispute, non-delivery by program suppliers or others, failure or breakdown of satellite or other facilities, legal enactment, governmental order or regulation or any other similar or dissimilar cause beyond the control of UNIVISION or AFFILIATE, as the case may be.
Force Majeure Event. Fire, disaster caused by forces of nature, riot, terrorist act, war, labor dispute, material changes in applicable law or regulation, or decree of any court.
Force Majeure Event. Means an event that is caused by any of the following: acts of war, terrorism, civil riots or rebellions; quarantines, embargoes and other similar unusual governmental action; extraordinary elements of nature or acts of God; or other event or condition outside the reasonable control of the Party subject to such failure or delay.
Force Majeure Event. Any act, omission or circumstance occasioned by or resulting from any acts of God, acts of the public enemy, wars, blockades, insurrections, riots, parasitic infestation, hurricanes, epidemics, landslides, lightning, earthquakes, tornadoes, windstorms, volcanoes, fires, storms, floods, disasters, civil disturbances, explosions, sabotage, endangered species habitation, change in Applicable Laws that materially impairs the ability of either party to comply with the terms of the Agreement, as well... as disasters, explosions, strikes, energy supply failures or organized labour disputes that materially disrupt any of NPNS's operations that results in a temporary or permanent shutdown of the Mill; provided, however, that "Force Majeure Event" shall not include (i) a party's financial inability to perform other than as specifically described in this Agreement, or (ii) an act, omission or circumstance arising from the gross negligence or willful misconduct of the party claiming that a Force Majeure Event has occurred View More
Force Majeure Event. Any act of god; embargo or other governmental act, regulation, or request; fire; accident; strike; slowdown; war; riot; act of terrorism; or any other act or cause beyond the reasonable control of the affected party
Force Majeure Event. N/A
Force Majeure Event. Any event beyond a Licensor's reasonable control, including, without limitation, acts of war, acts of God, terrorism, earthquake, hurricanes, flood, fire or other casualty, embargo, riot sabotage, labor shortage or dispute, governmental act, Insurrections, shortages, epidemics, and quarantines.
Force Majeure Event. An unforeseeable event beyond a party's reasonable control, including but not limited to, acts of war; acts of God; earthquake; flood or extreme weather conditions; embargo; riot; sabotage; or terrorist acts.
Force Majeure Event. N/A
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