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New Podcast on Force Majeure Clauses, Impossibility, Impracticability, Frustration of Purpose

Even if your contract does not have a specific “force majeure” provision, there are potential excuses for performance. Supervening events or events that occur following the execution of the contract but prior to complete performance can excuse performance if you can demonstrate impossibility ;
impracticability or a legal doctrine referred to as frustration of purpose.

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