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What are the consequences at common law of frustration of contract?
Provide two (2) examples of how the doctrine of frustration is applied
Frustration of a contract would be meaning that there is an impossibility of performance of the contract on part of both the parties and the contract cannot be enforced by the each of the parties because it has been frustrated.
Consequences of the common law of frustration of contract means that-
A. The contract has legally came to an end
B. Parties are not obligated to perform their duties
C. The contract cannot be enforced by the other party
Two examples of how the doctrine of frustrated is applied are as follows-
(A) when there is destruction of the subject matter of the contract
(B)when there is a possibility of the performance of the obligation of the parties
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