• Que.

    contract frustration


    Contract frustration occurs when unforeseen events make it impossible to fulfill the terms of a contract. It's like planning a picnic but a sudden storm ruins it. In legal terms, it's when circumstances beyond anyone's control prevent contract performance, like a natural disaster or government regulation changes. For instance, if a supplier can't deliver due to a factory fire, it's beyond their control. Frustrating, right? In such cases, the contract may be voided, and parties released from their obligations. It's a legal safety net for when life throws curveballs that make sticking to the contract impossible.

    Apr 23 2024

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