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1

Taylor v Caldwell. What is the ruling?

Destruction of the subject matter will render the contract frustrated.

2

Destruction of the subject matter will render the contract frustrated. What is the case?

Taylor v Caldwell.

3

Condor v Barron Nights, What is the ruling?

A person vital to the performance of the contract is absent

4

Morgan v Manser

A person vital to the performance of the contract is absent

5

A non occurrence of an event can frustrate a contract

Krell v Henry

6

Which two cases in frustration contrast?

Krell v Henry; Herne Bay v Hutton

7

Metropolitan Water Board v Dick Kerr and Company. What is the ruling?

Government intervention may frustrate a contract

8

Davis Contractors v Fareham UDC. What is the ruling?

Lack of resources from a contracting party will not frustrate a contract.

9

Fibrosa Spolka v Fairbairn Lawson

Changes in the legal situation may frustrate a contract

10

Super servant two. What's the ruling?

Self induced frustration is not valid

10

An act becoming illegal may frustrate a contract. What is the case?

Fibrosa Spolka v Fairbairn Lawson

11

What is the definition of frustration?

Frustration is the destruction of the value of the performance that has been bargained for by the promises as a result of a supervening event

12

What is the ruling in Panalpina?

Frustration can occur to a lease of land.