Contract law: impossibility and frustration (1)

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Performance is the completion of obligations undertaken in a contract. A breach of contract is thus defined as non-performance. There are many reasons for which a contract might not be performed. These include impossibility and frustration. This exercise introduces these two concepts, training your reading and vocabulary skills.

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Contract Law