Unforeseen Hazards of Performance Doctrine

Unforeseen Hazards of Performance Doctrine

Definition

An increase in the difficulty or expense of performing a contractual obligation will not excuse nonperformance unless the increase is so extreme as to be outside what the parties could reasonably have contemplated when they formed the contract.

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