CLAUSE: Does force majeure cover the prospect of war? Here's an example of a typical force majeure clause: “Either party's performance under this agreement is subject to acts of God, war (declared or undeclared), government regulation, terrorism, disaster, strikes, civil disorder, curtailment of transportation facilities, or similar occurrence beyond the party's control, making it impossible, illegal, or commercially impracticable for one or both parties to perform its obligations under ...

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