Force Majeure Clause

Force Majeure Clause: A force majeure clause is included in a contract to cover situations in which circumstances beyond the control of either party make it impossible to fulfill the obligations of the agreement. Force majeure events are generally considered to be unforeseeable, such as natural disasters or government actions.

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