Master Alliance Provisions Guide (MAPGuide)

Entasis – DNDi/GARDP, Gonorrhoea Medication, Collaboration Agreement

  • Term & termination | Termination & withdrawal


Contract Service Provider” or “CSP” shall mean any Third Party service provider contracted by either Party to perform certain aspects of the Collaboration Programme 

12. Term and Termination


12.2 Each Party shall have the right to terminate this Agreement, without prejudice to any other rights it may have, on ninety (90) days’ written notice if the other Party is in material breach any of its representations, warranties or obligations hereunder and such breach is either not capable of being remedied, or if capable of being remedied, is not remedied if within thirty (30) days following receipt of the written notice notifying the breaching Party of such breach. If the breach relates to only one country or a group of countries in the Territory of the non–breaching Party, the terminating Party may apply such termination right in relation to the relevant country or countries or to this Agreement as a whole if such breach relates to three or more countries or is unrelated to any specific countries. If the other Party in good faith disputes such material breach or disputes the failure to rectify material breach and provides written notice of that dispute to the other Party within the foregoing timeframe, the matter will be  referred for dispute resolution pursuant to Clause 17.2, and the Party wishing to terminate may not do so until it has been determined under Clause 17.2 that the other Party is in material breach of this Agreement and further fails to cure such breach within thirty (30) days after conclusion of that dispute resolution procedure.

12.3 This Agreement may be terminated by either Party upon written notice to the other Party, with immediate effect, in the that any of the following events occurs in relation to the other Party:

12.3.1 a notice has been issued to convene any meeting for the purpose of passing a resolution or seeking a petition to wind up or liquidate that Party, or to seek bankruptcy or official administration, or such a resolution having been passed or such a petition having been issued (except in relation to a solvent reconstruction or reorganisation of that Party);

12.3.2 an involuntary petition in an insolvency proceeding is filed against a Party and is not dismissed or stayed within ninety (90) days of filing thereof; or

12.3.3 a trustee in bankruptcy, receiver, administrative receiver, receiver and manager, court appointed receiver, interim receiver, custodian, sequestrator or similar officer is appointed in respect of that Party or over any part of that Party’s assets or any third party takes steps to appoint such an officer in respect of that Party; or

12.3.4 a Party takes any step, (including starting negotiations), with a view to readjustment, rescheduling or deferral of any part of that Party’s indebtedness including a moratorium with creditors, or proposes or makes and general assignment, composition or arrangement with or for the benefit of all or some of that Party’s creditors or makes or suspends or threatens to suspend making payments to all or some of that Party’s creditors or the Party submits to any type of voluntary arrangement with creditors.

12.4 This Agreement may be terminated by the Parties upon mutual written agreement.

12.5 Either Party may terminate this Agreement at any time after completion or earlier termination of the Phase III MC Trial with twelve (12) months’ prior notice.

12.6 Entasis may terminate this Agreement if DNDi has not achieved the first dosing of the first patient in the Phase III MC Trial within eighteen (18) months after the Effective Date. The foregoing termination right shall not apply if there is a delay in the first dosing of the first patient in the Phase III MC Trial due to:

12.6.1 any act or omission of Entasis or Entasis’s Affiliates or Entasis’s CSPs;

12.6.2 the outcome of any development activities that are required to be conducted prior to the Phase III MC Trial;

12.6.3 delays caused by Drug Regulatory Authorities; or

12.6.4 any Force Majeure event beyond the reasonable control of DNDi.