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English definition of “frustration of contract”

frustration of contract

noun [U]
a situation in which a contract ends unexpectedly because of illness, an accident, a change in the law, etc.: This employee's employment came to an end due to frustration of contract, as a result of him being convicted and sent to prison.
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