The doctrine of force majeure and the contractual clauses of the standard construction form: revisiting an old contractual clause in these new periods of uncertainty – Real estate and construction
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Matthew Moore, co-manager of the Peckar & Abramson Texas offices, and senior partner Lee Banta, wrote “The Force Majeure Doctrine and Standard Construction Form Contract Provisions: Revisiting an Old Contract Provision during These New Uncertain Times”, a article for the Construction Law Journal, the official publication of the Construction Law Section of the State Bar of Texas. Matt and Lee discuss the origins of the force majeure provision and the relevant Texas case law. They conclude the article with a review of the key provisions contained in some model contracts.
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Originally posted 6/7/2021
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