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Force majeure clause
verb
Any type of superior authority, an unforseen issue in an agreement.


Force Majeure
A superior force. An event that no human foresight could anticipate or which if anticipated, is too strong to be considered e.g an industrial strike which leads to loss of profits.

Force Majeure:
French for an act of God; an inevitable, unpredictable act of nature, not dependent on an act of man. Used in insurance contracts to refer to acts of nature such as earthquakes or lightning.

Expanded Legal Definition of Firefighters' RuleForce Majeure French for an act of God; an inevitable, unpredictable act of nature, not dependent on an act of man.

often cap A : an extraordinary natural event (as a flood or earthquake) that cannot be reasonably foreseen or prevented compare force majeure, inevitable accident, unavoidable accident NOTE: It is a ...
Act Of State Doctrine ...

: an event of natural or human origin that could not have been reasonably foreseen or expected and is out of the control of the persons concerned (as parties to a contract)
: See also force majeure
see also frustration ...

An event, usually a disaster, caused solely by the effect of nature or natural causes. Insurance contracts often waive their obligations for damage caused by hurricanes, floods or earthquakes, calling them "acts of God". See also "force majeure".

See also: See also: Force, Contract, Estate, Law, Person

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