Example (1): Force Majeure
If performance of this Agreement is interfered with, for any length of time, by Act of God, war, civil commotion, epidemics and other similar occurrences which are beyond the control of either party, neither party shall be held responsible for nonperformance of this Agreement for such length of time.
Example (2): Force Majeure
lf the performance of this Agreement or of any obligation hereunder, except the making of payments hereunder, is prevented, restricted or interfered with by reasons of fire or other casualty or accident; strikes or labor disputes: inability to procure raw materials, power or supplies: war or other violence, any law, order, proclamation, regulation, ordinance, demand or requirement of any government agency: or any other act or condition whatsoever beyond the reasonable control of the parties hereto, the party so affected, upon giving prompt notice to the other party shall be excused from such performance and released of any liability to the extent of such prevention, restriction or interference: provided that the party so affected shall use its best efforts to avoid or remove such causes of non-performance and shall continue performance hereunder with the utmost dispatch whenever such causes are removed.
Example (3): Force Majeure
Neither of the parties hereto shall be liable for failure of performing its obligation hereunder due to riot, act of God, war, fire, flood, Invasion, earthquake, epidemics, interruption of transportation, embargo, explosion, strike, lockout or other labor troubles, or any other causes similar to the foregoing which are beyond the reasonable control of the party and the performance of obligation hereunder shall be suspended during, but no longer than, the existence of such cause.