Force Majeure (Disasters, Etc)
Neither you or Interconnect Wireless is liable for any delay or failure in performance of any part of this agreement caused by any force majeure event even beyond your, or our, control and without your, or our, fault or negligence. These events include, but are not limited to, the events known legally as “Force Majeure”. Force Majeure refers to a number of situations that could affect you and Interconnect Wireless in performing your, or our, obligations: acts of civil or military authority, terrorist acts, nuclear accidents, government regulations, riots, strikes, embargoes, insurrections, extended power blackouts, natural disasters, epidemics, fires, severe weather conditions, environmental disturbances, war, explosions, legal and/or regulatory constraints.
If a Force Majeure condition occurs, the party injured by the other party’s inability to perform has two options (detailed below). The injured party has 30 days to choose which one. If the injured party does not inform the other within 30 days of being notified of a Force Majeure situation, the second option goes into effect.
Option One: The injured party may terminate the agreement if such Force Majeure condition results in a delay or failure to perform which continues for more than 30 calendar days.
Option Two: The injured party may suspend the service for a duration of the delaying cause and buy a similar service. After the emergency is over, this agreement and service will continue.