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pro level
💪tool lets you use the slider at clause level. Use it for comparison and to create your own mix.
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1. You are a supplier

2. It's mostly on you

3. It's mostly on them

4. You are a customer

2
You are a supplier and want to reduce your burden during force majeure
It's a two-way agreement, with
most of the burden on you
It's a two-way agreement, with most
of the burden on the other side
You are a customer and want to protect against supplier default
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Short form with selector
1
Selector
Heading
Clause
Deep dive
Key variables
Criticality
1
0
0
Force majeure events
not selected
not selected
Specific events included in the list; foreseeability.
Some laws (especially Civil Law jurisdictions) prescribe what force majeure means, so listing specific events may not be conclusive.
2
0
0
Excluded events
not selected
not selected
List of excluded events.
Some laws (especially Civil Law jurisdictions) may prescribe what force majeure means, so excluding specific events may not be conclusive.
3
0
0
Obligations of the party relying on a force majeure event
not selected
not selected
Reasonable versus best efforts; expected (rather than actual) delays.
The meaning of "best" and "reasonable" will vary across jurisdictions, as will the extent of the obligations to mitigate.
4
0
0
Right to terminate
not selected
not selected
Length of period, inclusion of likely ongoing impact.

There are no rows in this table


Long form with selector
1
Selector
Heading
Clause
Deep dive
Key variables
Criticality
1
0
0
Definition of force majeure
not selected
not selected
Specific events included in the list; foreseeability.
Some laws (especially Civil Law jurisdictions) may prescribe what force majeure means, so listing specific events may not be conclusive.
2
0
0
Excluded events
not selected
not selected
List of excluded events.
Some laws (especially Civil Law jurisdictions) may prescribe what force majeure means, so excluding specific events may not be conclusive.
3
0
0
Consequences of a force majeure event
not selected
not selected
Right to suspend obligations.
The right to suspend (which is more than having an excuse for non-performance) is likely to vary across jurisdictions.
4
0
0
Obligations of the party relying on a force majeure event
not selected
not selected
Reasonable versus best efforts; expected (rather than actual) delays.
The meaning of "best" and "reasonable" will vary across jurisdictions, as will the extent of the obligations to mitigate.
5
0
0
The other party's rights
not selected
not selected
Right to approach vs right to source; thresholds for second sourcing rights to kick in.
Local laws may have a bearing on alternative sourcing rights and the practicalities of return of materials and tools.
6
0
0
Right to terminate
not selected
not selected
Length of period, inclusion of likely ongoing impact.
7
0
0
Business continuity
not selected
not selected
Extent to which business continuity obligations must continue.
8
0
0
Impact on fees and charges
not selected
not selected
Exceptions to liquidated damages; application of this to subscriptions, retainers and two-way collaborations.
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