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However the impossibility does not refer to cases of supervening the impossibility of performance.

is clear that a plaintiff is always entitled to claim specific performance and, assuming he or she makes out. a case, his or her claim will be granted, subject only to the court’s discretion. However the impossibility does not refer to cases of supervening the impossibility of performance. If. circumstances are such that the impossibility prevents legally enforceable obligations from existing there.

Ramsden, William Arthur. Submitted in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Laws, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg 1983. Show full item record. Name: Ramsden W A 1983-. Format: PDF. View/Open. Name: Ramsden W A 1983

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A strict law contract resulted in the contract being void. Supervening impossibility of performance refer to cases where performance only became possible after the contract was concluded. And contracts based on good faith, it depends on whether the debtor knew if performance was impossible. If he knew then he acted fraudulently and is liable. If he did not know that performance was impossible then the maxim applied and there is no contract. If it was caused by an act of God ( vis major) or chance ( casus fortuitus) the maxim applied and no contract was concluded. If caused by the fault of the.

April 16, 2010 History. found in the catalog. Published 1985 by Juta in Cape Town. Impossibility of performance.

Redirected from South African law of contract). South African contract law is ‘essentially a modernised version of the Roman-Dutch law of contract’, which is itself rooted in canon and Roman laws. In the broadest definition, a contract is an agreement two or more parties enter into with the serious intention of creating a legal obligation.

Christie15 states appropriately: ‘The question, of course, is whether any particular contract is enforceable by and against the estate (represented by the executor) or whether the deceased’s death discharged it without liability on either side by a process akin to supervening impossibility.

Partial performance is short of full performance as spelled out in the contract. Impossibility involves cases in which a party is unable to perform due to a supervening event occurring after execution of the contract. If a contract provides for a series of acts or deliveries with payment for each act, there may be partial recovery for what has been performed or delivered in the absence of full performance. In contrast, frustration relates to situations in which performance would be made impractical due to an unforeseen event.

Supervening impossibility of performance in the South African law of contract ebook
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