Commercial Frustration

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Meaning of Commercial Frustration

A doctrine of contract law whereby the parties to a contract are discharged from their obligations because unforeseeable subsequent events have caused a failure of the consideration or have destroyed the expected value of the performance . See New York trust Co. v securities and exchange commission , (C.A.2) 131 F.2d 274, cert. den. 318 U.S. 786, REH. DEN. 319 U.S. 781.

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Frustration Of Purpose in the American legal Encyclopedia






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