Contracts II

Restatement Second of Contracts § 261


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Law School: Liberty University School of Law

Course ID: LAW 506

Term: Spring 2018

Instructor: Prof. Rice

My Grade Earned: A−


Discharge by Supervening Impracticability

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Where, after a contract is made, a party's performance is made impracticable without his fault by the occurrence of an event the non-occurrence of which was a basic assumption on which the contract was made, his duty to render that performance is discharged, unless the language or the circumstances indicate the contrary.