Do you have an existing contract but you need to update or add in a few key provisions to protect your business from unforeseeable circumstances? The Force Majeure and Inability To Perform provisions include the exact language we use in our custom agreements and are ready to be added to your existing contracts. A Force Majeure event is an unforeseeable circumstance that does not allow either contracting party to perform or complete the terms of the agreement. The Force Majeure provision lists the different types of unforeseen events (including pandemics) that are considered a “force majeure” event and includes how a party should notify a counter-party should an unforeseeable circumstance occur. An “Inability to Perform” provision has also been included to outline how the parties can handle any payments made and how the contracting parties can move forward if choosing to do so.
(1) Force Majeure Provision
(2) Inability to Perform Provision
- Prepared by Zara Watson, Esq.
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- All provisions are written plain and easy-to-understand English