Proposal of the Research Paper

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Proposal of the Research Paper Huan Long (201005051) Tentative Title: Who Should be Responsible for Breaching the Contract Caused by Force Majeure? Let’s imagine a situation that a contractor reached an agreement with a contractee to fulfill some obligations for the contractee, in exchange for a certain amount of compensation. However, some chance occurrences or unavoidable accidents, called “force majeure”, which beyond the control of both parties, breached the contract; who should responsible for remedying for the breach of contract? To clarify this issue, we should fist clear about the definition of force majeure; then, know the criterion to decide the obligation, as well as how can a party dispense his liability. At last, we should consider if the process is fair enough. 1. How to define force majeure? Definition: Force majeure, also known chance occurrence, unavoidable accident, is a common clause in contracts that essentially frees both parties from liability or obligation when an extraordinary event or circumstance beyond the control of the
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