Notice of Frustration of Contract

Cancel / Voiding of Contract

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A notice of frustration informing the counterparty that the contract is void due to a frustration event (e.g. coronavirus) and would render the further performance of the contract impossible / illegal / fundamentally different from the original agreement.

It is a mean to inform the counterparty that the contract has been void due to frustration so that the counterparty would not seek compensations for failure to perform / breach of contract.

How to use this Document?

This document should be carefully read by the sender of the document - the affected party and comply with all formalities. Otherwise, the frustration notice may not be valid. To avoid any future disputes, the date, time and place of delivery of the frustration notice should be recorded.

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Document Type:

Letter / e-mail / note / correspondence


Business > Commercial, Sales and Marketing > Commercial / Franchise / Sponsorship Agreements




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