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Declaring Brexit-related force majeure ‘horrendously difficult’, lawyer warns

Force majeure is no panacea for companies looking to dodge contractual obligations, but port congestion and the threat of Brexit delays mean many in the UK may consider it

A UK lawyer has outlined the pitfalls for companies seeking to invoke force majeure when confronted with Brexit delays and port congestion disrupting British container trade. The devil is in the fine print, and shippers are urged to read it

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