April 21, 2020


WHEN IS CONTRACTUAL PERFORMANCE EXCUSED?

Things may happen that are beyond the control of the parties to a contract.  A "force majeure" clause is a contractual clause that may excuse contractual performance under certain circumstances.  When an event occurs that impacts a party's contractual performance, that the party did not cause, then that party should examine any force majeure clause or any other language of the contract.  Whether the event excuses performance is often governed by the relevant contractual language.

For more information about the topic of this blog post, please contact Stark Weber PLLC’s Steven D. Weber at 305-377-8788 or steve@starkweber.com.


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