What Is 'Commercial Frustration Of Purpose' Under Contract Law?
Commercial frustration is an unforeseen uncontrollable event which occurs after a written or oral contract is entered into between parties, and makes it impossible for one of the parties to fulfill his/her duties under the contract. This is similar to impossibility of performance except that it usually occurs within the business context.
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