From coronation to coronavirus – will the pandemic stretch the concept of frustration under English law?
Stevens & Bolton partner Catherine Penny and associate Andrew Reid look at the history of frustration under English law, arguing that it had its high water mark during the economic and social instability of the post-war years and may be similarly stretched as a concept in the unprecedented circumstances of the coronavirus pandemic.
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