The purpose of this comment is to discuss the doctrine in terms of its treatment by American courts. Attention will be given to the limitations which the courts have placed upon the doctrine, the degree to which they accept the doctrine thus limited, the rationales urged for the doctrine's acceptance or rejection, and the forms in which relief is given in frustration situations.
T. W. Chapman S.Ed.,
Contracts-Frustration of Purpose,
Mich. L. Rev.
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