Impossibility of Performance, as an Excuse for Breach of Contract

Frederic C. Woodward
Columbia Law Review
Vol. 1, No. 8 (Dec., 1901), pp. 529-541
DOI: 10.2307/1109204
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/1109204
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    15Harv. L. Rev., note on p. 63
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    Aleyn, 26 (1178)
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    Anson on Contracts, Ninth Edition, pp. 333-4
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    Supra
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    149 N. Y. 489
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    Lorillard v. Clyde, 142 N. Y. 456
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    47 N. Y. 62
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    3 B. & S. 826
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    54 Pa. St. 29I
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    50 Minn. 280
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    43 Me. 463
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    Walsh v. Fisher, 102 Wis. 172
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    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Dewey v. Union School District, 43 Mich. 480
    • McKay v. Barnett, 21 Utah, 239
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    This reference contains 6 citations:
    • Nicol v. Fitch, XI 5 Mich. X5
    • Board of Education v. Townsend, 63 Ohio St. 514
    • Hall v. School District, 24 Mo. App. 213
    • Herter v. Mullen, 159 N. Y. 44
    • Shear v. Wright, 6o Mich. 159
    • Allen v. Baker, 86 N. C. 91