fail to perform

See: default
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But in all contracts, if one party fail to perform his share of the compact, is not the other virtually absolved from his liability?
It is highly probable that institutions and medical staffs that fail to perform these activities in a satisfactory manner will regret their decisions, possibly too late.
Sponsors who make quarterly contributions to their defined benefit plan may fail to perform this analysis due to the plan's overfunded status.
Cabinet ministers should have their pay docked if their departments fail to perform, Lib-Dems said yesterday.
The methodology results in a rating that is one notch higher than the stronger of the two credits if the following conditions are met: (1) both entities have a rating of 'A' or higher; (2) the transaction is structured such that payments from both the municipal issuer and the Bank are in the flow of funds and both entities would have to fail to perform before the COPs defaulted; and (3) the credit of the bank and the rated obligor have a low degree of correlation.
In her presentation, Sechio will discuss why nearly half of all IT asset management programs fail to perform to expectations and what steps executives and IT managers can take to improve performance.
If we fail to timely submit this plan, AMEX does not accept the plan, or we fail to perform in accordance with the plan, we will be subject to delisting procedures.
A key objective was to measure Matrix performance when tracking vehicles, containers and packages in busy urban and indoor environments where GPS-based systems fail to perform.
Private banks often fail to perform adequate internal due diligence in evaluating third-party vendors--a detailed analysis will help firms find the right partner.
risks normally associated with the real estate industry, including risks that occupancy levels at our properties and the amount of rent that we receive from our properties may be lower than expected, that new acquisitions may fail to perform as expected, that competition for acquisitions could result in increased prices for acquisitions, that we may have environmental risks at our properties, and, because real estate is illiquid, that we may not be able to sell properties when appropriate.
The methodology results in a rating that is two notches higher than the stronger of the two credits if the following conditions are met: (1) both entities have a rating of 'A' or higher; (2) the transaction is structured such that payments from both the municipal issuer and the bank are in the flow of funds and both entities would have to fail to perform before the bonds defaulted; and (3) the credit of the bank and the rated obligor have a low degree of correlation.
or foreign regulatory approvals of such products; that such approvals will not be obtained in a timely manner or without the need for additional clinical trials; and the results of its research and product development efforts and their relative success and timing of regulatory approvals, commercialization of the Company's products; the risk that the Company's new arrangements with Ortho Neutrogena will not result in any meaningful sales or will be terminated at an earlier date in accordance with its terms, or that Ortho Neutrogena will fail to perform as it has committed to under the agreement, or that any of the milestones in this agreement will not be achieved.