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Friday, September 29, 2006

Do Religious Requirements Justify Breach?

Qatar_flag Does a religious observance provide an impracticability defense to a breach of contract claim? That may be one of the issues in a case from Qatar, where a man booked a "full fledged Arab-style tent" for his wedding from a club in Doha. The club later advised him that the tent would be unavailable because it had to be prepared for the holy month of Ramadan.

[Frank Snyder]

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Over at the Contracts Prof Blog, an interesting question has been posed: can a religious observance provide an impracticability defense to a breach of contract claim ? The case takes place in Qatar. The Gulf Times reports that In June, [Read More]

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