Contract law: force majeure (2)

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Force majeure clauses excuse a party from liability if some unforeseen event beyond the control of that party prevents it from performing its obligations under the contract. As with all contract clauses, it is important that force majeure clauses are correctly drafted. This exercise trains your drafting skills. Can you find the one provision that has been correctly drafted in each of the sets of provisions presented here?

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