Force Majeure maybe?

By: malapert



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thisis a good law frm with a good overview--

https://www.akerman.com/en/perspectives/the-coronavirus-and-force-majeure-clauses-in-contracts.html

 

Force majeure events typically enumerated in contracts include:

  1. acts of God, such as severe acts of nature or weather events including floods, fires, earthquakes, hurricanes, or explosions;
  2. war, acts of terrorism, and epidemics;
  3. acts of governmental authorities such as expropriation, condemnation, and changes in laws and regulations;
  4. strikes and labor disputes; and
  5. certain accidents.[2] Economic hardship typically is not enough to qualify as a force majeure event on its own.[3]
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