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Unformatted text preview: whatever reason (Miller, 2008). When Millie signed the contract with Frank for 10,000 bushels of corn, she was not planning on their being weather issues and a drought that would affect the crops. The weather is not something that is controllable and would fall under the discharge by operation of law. This is an unforeseen event that the courts could consider commercially unfeasible. This case also could fall under the temporary impossibility which means that an occurrence or even makes performance of growing the corn to be impossible to be grown this year with weather conditions, but maybe Millie might be able to make up for the difference next year. References Miller, R. &. (2008). Fundamentals of business law part I. Boston MA: Cengage. Unknown. (n.d.). BusinessDictionary.Com . Retrieved July 8, 2012, from BusinessDictionary.Com: www.BusinessDictionary.Com...
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