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Force majeure – Just another “boilerplate” clause?

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Posted by Lindsay Ellis on 06 May 2014

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Lindsay advises on outsourcings, procurements and commercial contracts.

Lindsay Ellis

Lindsay advises on outsourcings, procurements and commercial contracts.

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