We previously wrote about force majeure, a common clause in contracts that excuses a failure to perform when the contract cannot be performed due to extraordinary events or circumstances beyond the control of the parties. Today we briefly address their application to commercial leases. We reiterate that in most instances where force majeure may apply, applications of the rules are less than clear, and for that reason, an attorney should be involved at the earliest possible time to review the issues.

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