Some people believe that even when an act of force majeure occurs, the parties are still expected to “make reasonable efforts” to fulfill their obligations under the contract. However, when most of those situations happen, nothing is easy, and taking care of your emotional and mental health should matter most.
6.7.1 Should either Party be unable to fulfill their contractual obligations due to circumstances that are out of their control, this shall not constitute a breach of contract.
6.7.2 Force majeure is demonstrated by divine interventions, armed conflicts, civil unrest, pandemics, floods and other calamities of nature.
6.7.3 Should any such event occur, the affected Party shall receive a reprieve from their obligation for as long as said circumstances persist.
6.7.4 When the effects of force majeure have ended, all parties involved must return to their respective duties.
6.8.1 This Agreement shall be construed and governed under (state what the Agreement shall be construed and governed by).
6.8.2 The Parties agree to submit to (state what the Agreement shall be construed and governed by) for any action or proceeding arising under this Agreement.
6.9 Term and Termination
6.9.1 This Agreement shall be effective from (state the date) and shall remain in effect until (state the date) (the "Term").
6.9.2 Either party may terminate this Agreement for any reason upon giving written notice to the other Party.
6.9.3 In such an event, the Consultee shall pay the Consultant for all services rendered up to that point in time.
The Parties acknowledge that they have read and understood this Agreement, agreeing to its terms as of (state the date):