Which UK act talks about what constitutes a "frustrated contract"? Watch

anonymousebonita
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Which UK Act says what constitutes a "frustrated contract"?
I am trying to find authority for what a frustrated contract is.
PLEASE HELP ME OUT.
I don't want the Frustrated Contracts Act (or whatever it's called) because that doesn't say what a frustrated contract is (unless it does and i just can't find it)
PLEASE HELP MEEEE
im desperate :'(
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Its a contract which has been terminated because it became impossible to perform (other than because of something the parties did). The definitions are mostly in the case-law - I’ve made a webpage with the key cases here: https://ipsaloquitur.com/contract-la...t-frustration/
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