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ID number:268175
Published: 13.12.2013.
Language: English
Level: College/University
Literature: n/a
References: Not used

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8.1. The Parties shall not be liable for breach of contractual obligations or improper performance if such failure or improper performance is due to force majeure. Force majeure The Parties consider the fires, natural disasters, military aggression, strikes, amendments to the Latvian legislation of the Republic, decisions of state institutions another manifestations of force majeure, which impede the implementation of this Agreement, and that the parties have not developed an act or omission of direct or indirect effect by the Parties do not intend and could not have foreseen the conclusion of the Agreement.
8.2. If circumstances of force majeure, the Party has a duty to the other Party orally, andno later than 2 (two) business days following detection of these reasons provide written notice to the other Party. The notification shall describe the conditions and the impact assessment of the performance of its duties under this Agreement and the completion date. The notification shall state the period within which it will be possible to continue this Treaty obligation.
8.3. Force majeure at the end of the Party and referred to these conditions, are obliged to immediately provide written notice to the other Party of the circumstances ended.
8.4 The parties may unilaterally terminate this Agreement if the force majeure lasts for more than 2 (two) calendar months. In this case, neither Party shall not be entitled toclaim damages incurred thereby. If the contract is terminated due to force majeure, the Customer to make payments for works given to the acceptance of.

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