Granite State Gas Transmission, Inc.

Third Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 05/07/2020, Docket: RS93- 1-001, Status: Accepted

Original Sheet No. 221 Original Sheet No. 221 : Effective

 

 

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

(continued)

 

 

9. FORCE MAJEURE AND REMEDIES (continued)

 

9.3 Termination of contracts: If either Transporter or

Shipper shall perform any of the covenants or obliga-

tions imposed upon it by the gas sales or transportation

contract, subject to the applicable provisions of this

Tariff, then in such event the other party may at its

option terminate said contract by proceeding as follows:

the party not in default shall cause a written notice to

be served on the party in default stating specifically

the cause for terminating the contract and declaring it

to be the intention of the party giving the notice to

terminate the same; thereupon the party in default shall

have thirty days after the service of the aforesaid

notice in which to remedy or remove the cause or causes

stated in the notice for terminating the contract, and

if within said period of thirty days the party in de-

fault does so remove and remedy said cause or causes and

fully indemnifies the party not in default for any and

all consequences of such breach, within said period of

thirty days, the contract shall terminate; provided,

however, that Transporter may not terminate the contract

until it has obtained the authorization required by

valid laws, order, rules and regulations of duly consti-

tuted authorities having jurisdiction. Any cancellation

of such contract pursuant to the provisions of this

paragraph shall be without prejudice to the right of

Transporter to collect any amounts then due to it for

natural gas delivered prior to the time of cancellation,

and shall be without prejudice to the right of Shipper

to receive any gas which it has not received but for

which it has paid prior to the time of cancellation, and

without waiver of any remedy to which the party not in

default may be entitled for violations of such contract.