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Impracticability Defense

Definition

A defense to a breach of contract claim, which provides that a party’s performance is excused if the party’s principal purpose is substantially frustrated without his fault by the occurrence of an event, the non-occurrence of which was a basic assumption on which the contract was made, unless the contract language or the circumstance indicate the contrary.

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