When contractual obligations breached under pandemic


In response to COVID-19 outbreak, China’s government offered support to Chinese companies facing these impacts to international trade. As Chinese exporters risked delaying or canceling the export and import of ordered goods, the government issued a force majeure certificate for impacted companies. The objective of issuing the certificate is to avoid potential claims filed by foreign counterparts of breaching contractual obligations.

Our own Senior Associate, Stefanny O. Simorangkir, with her associates, I.K.D Yoga Pratama and Zefanya Prabowo, aim to review when contractual obligations breached under pandemic from the perspective of Indonesian law.

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