Terms & Conditions

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Force Majeure

21.1 Neither Party shall be liable for any cost or otherwise, for any delay and/or failure in the execution of their respective obligations if such delay or failure is due to Force Majeure.

21.2 Force Majeure shall mean any factors or impediment that are beyond the Party’s reasonable control and that it could not reasonably be expected to have taken the impediment into account at the time of the conclusion of this Agreement or to have avoided its consequences including but not limited to war, revolution, insurrection, riots, blockage or embargo, emergency, accident, fire, earthquake, flood, storm, industrial strikes, lockouts or other labour disputes not instigated or caused by the affected Party for the purposes of avoiding its obligations herein, pandemics and viral outbreak. Provided that an event of Force Majeure shall not include economic downturn, non- availability or insufficient funds, or lack of financing on the part of the affected Party to carry out its obligations under this Agreement.

21.3 If either Party is prevented or delayed in the performance of any obligation under this Agreement by events of Force Majeure, the affected Party shall give written notice thereof to the other Party within seven (7) days of the happening of such event, specifying the details constituting Force Majeure and the anticipated period during which such prevention, interruption or delay may continue.

21.4 Where possible the Parties shall diligently mitigate or remove the effects of Force Majeure. Either Party upon receipt of the notice of Force Majeure shall confer promptly with the other and agree upon a course of action to remove or alleviate such effect and shall seek reasonable methods of resuming full performance of its obligations and achieving the objectives under this Agreement.