Contracts after 9/11

In the wake of September 11, there is new appreciation of the importance of force majeure provisions in hotel and convention center contracts.

A force majeure or termination provision addresses the conditions under which a party may terminate an agreement without liability. Some provisions are better than others. Many mainly protect the hotel or convention center. The language of these provisions focuses on events that make it “illegal or impossible” for the hotel or fac

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