If it is your counterparty that invokes force majeure to excuse its performance, it is important that you understand what your own obligations and rights are, how to enforce those rights, and how to challenge the assertion of force majeure if you do not believe it is justified. The declaring party must be able to defend the invocation of the force majeure notice and justify whether all or just part of the performance should be excused. The analysis will be highly fact and contract-specific, and this guide provides a starting point to evaluate next steps and build your strategy after a force majeure event is declared.
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