FRUSTRATION

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  • Created on: 03-11-11 23:06

 

The doctrine of frustration is where a contract may be discharged after its formation because of events that have occurred making it performance impossible or commercial sterile. It was developed through cases in the 19th century, as traditionally there was an absolute obligation under a contract therefore, performance must be exact. This is seen in the case of Paradine

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