commercial frustration


A defense against enforcement of a contract, in the event that the purpose behind one of the parties entering into the contract is eliminated by unforeseen events. Also called frustration of purpose, this defense applies only when both parties knew of the purpose behind the canceling party's involvement in the contract.
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