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Can frustration really help you to avoid contractual obligations without paying a penalty?

Overview

How often can a party really use frustration successfully to avoid its contractual liabilities? The answer in reality is not very often. Cases involving allegations of frustration are not often litigated, so this aticle takes the opportunity to look at how the court considered the issue in a recent judgment: The Flying Music Company Limited v Theater Entertainment.

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