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Furthermore, the right to refund or revalidation of ticket applies for both cancelled and delayed voyages regardless of the cause, including extraordinary circumstance or fortuitous event.
Faulty workmanship claims generally are not covered, except for their consequential damages, because they are not fortuitous. In short, contractors' "business risks" are not covered by insurance, but derivative damages are.
A: To overcome such legal presumption, the lessee must prove that the deterioration or loss was due to a fortuitous event which took place without his fault or negligence.
This after the lower chamber recently approved on third and final reading, House Bill 7054, or the proposed 'Emergency and Resiliency Fund for Electric Cooperatives' which shall be used in disaster prevention, management and mitigation measures of ECs and for rehabilitation of their infrastructures damaged by force majeure or fortuitous events.
Drawing on a history of dialogue between Italian and Chinese literature stretching back to the thirteenth century, this volume is the fortuitous product of two Sacramento State professors invested in the symbolic and linguistic connection of traditions thousands of miles apart.
Labouring to another win this evening in a similar fashion to the fortuitous defeat of Fermanagh will only feed the perception that they are a team seeing out time before elimination.
But when they knew they couldn't win, the players still played soccer as it should be played, rather than hoofing the ball and hoping for a fortuitous bounce.
The higher ranked hosts went ahead in fortuitous circumstances, a Will Evans cross from the right was deflected goalwards before ricocheting off Bucks' keeper Freddy Hall to give the home side an early lead.
A lacklustre Manchester United required a fortuitous penalty converted by Robin van Persie and a late free kick by Wayne Rooney to overcome 10-man Crystal Palace 2-0 in the Premier League on Saturday.
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Brennan seems to maintain that we have no duty to vote since our votes are basically worthless and we can better promote the common good through private, extra-political activities, but at the same time bad or fortuitous (ignorant and lucky) voters ought to abstain since collectively they pollute the political system and may cause harm.
Shaun Williams' first-half penalty and a fortuitous second goal from a Dean Bowditch free-kick saw the npower League One team overcome their Championship opponents at stadium:mk.