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Legal Jargons

October 3, 2011
Word-Force majeure

Meaning : Word  force majeure relates to the law of insurance and is frequently used in commercial contracts to protect the parties in the event that a segment of the contract cannot be performed due to causes that are outside the control of the parties, such as natural disasters, that could not be evaded through the exercise of due care.

Example: Any Party asserting Force Majeure as an excuse shall have the burden of proving that reasonable steps were taken to minimize delay or damages caused by foreseeable events.

Pronunciation: force ma+jeure or fawrs ma-zhœr

Word- Mutatis mutandis

Meaning: Word Mutatis mutandis is a Latin phrase meaning "by changing those things which need to be changed" or more simply "the necessary changes having been made".

Example: "The changes proposed for the first contract apply mutatis mutandis to all other contracts

Pronunciation:  mu·ta·tis mu·tan·dis


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