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Frustration

Frustration: no one’s answering my call!

Damien Ryan

If a contract has been frustrated both parties are discharged from their future obligations and the subject matter of the contract may be destroyed (Taylor v Caldwell). Unsurprisingly, therefore, the threshold to establish frustration is high. Frustration depends on a so-called “supervening event” occurring which renders future performance radically different from what the parties had Read More

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