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9. Cause beyond control

9.1 Where the Company is prevented from delivering the goods for sale as a result of any circumstance beyond its control such as but not limited to Acts of God, War, Strikes, Lock-outs, Flood, Terrorism, abnormal weather conditions, fire, Government action, delays by suppliers, accidents and shortages of materials, labour or manufacturing facilities and failure of third parties to deliver goods, the Company shall be relieved of its obligations and liabilities under such contract for sale for as long as such fulfilment is prevented.

9.2 Where the Company is prevented from carrying out its obligations (as stated in 9.1) it will notify the Customer within 14 days starting with the estimated delivery date.

9.3 Where the circumstances preventing delivery continue for 3 months from and including the date the Company gives the Customer notice, then either party may cancel the contract.