Notice of Force Majeure Event

Suspension of Performance / Termination

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Notice of Force Majeure sent to the Counterparty of an Agreement to terminate / suspend the performance obligations under the Agreement until the end of the coronavirus pandemic.

 

Pursuant to [CLAUSE] of the Agreement, this letter serves as notice from the Company to You that a Force Majeure Event has occurred with respect to the Company because [DETAILS]. 

 

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This notice should be carefully reviewed by the party before sending to ensure that the details of the agreement are correct and that the proper force majeure procedures have been followed. Otherwise, the force majeure notice may not be valid. To avoid any future disputes, the date, time and place of delivery of the force majeure notice should be recorded.

 

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Document Type:

Letter / e-mail / note / correspondence

Category:

Business > Goods and Services > Services / Works Contract

 
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