Force Majeure

Force Majeure is a clause included in contracts to remove liability for natural disasters that prevent participants of the contract from fulfilling their duties or obligations.

What is Force Majeure ?
Force Majeure is a french term that means “greater force.” It is a clause that is included in contracts to remove any accountability or blame for natural and unavoidable events that interrupt the participants and prevent them from fulfilling their obligations. Force majeure involves all acts of God along with human actions that are unforeseeable and unavoidable.