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When is a Contract "Impossible" to Perform?

When does an outside event allow you to get out of a contract? New York law recognizes the “doctrine of impossibility,” which holds that a party may be excused from a contractual obligation under certain circumstances. As explained by the New York Court of Appeals , “the ...

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Blog posts in October, 2015

  • How Does the Uniform Commercial Code Apply to Business Contracts?

    Business contracts dealing with the sales of goods are generally governed by the New York Uniform Commercial Code (UCC). The UCC helps promote ...

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  • Dealing With "Ambiguous" Language in a Business Contract

    Breach of contract cases often turn on whether any part of the written agreement between the parties is ambiguous. An ambiguity exists whenever a term ...

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