COVID-19 Contractual Obligation E-Guide - ipad mockup

Legal Guide to COVID-19 Contractual Obligation

We share with you the methods you can rely on to protect your business from being sued for breach of contract.

Topics in the e-Guide

  • COVID-19 Act
  • Force Majeure
  • Frustration
  • Key Points & Considerations


A contract is akin to a business promise. The reputation of a company is more or less affected by the ability of the company to perform its contract. The inability to fulfill contractual promise not only damage the reputation of a business; it could also bring financial damages to the business.

However, the Covid-19 pandemic caused many things to come to a stand-still. Full and partial lockdown of the country have affected the usual business operation. That means many companies cannot fulfill their contractual obligations. Consequently, such companies are at risk of being sued for breach of contract.

In this e-guide, we aim to share with you the methods you can rely on to protect your business from being sued for breach of contract, thus safeguarding the company’s interest in the tough times!

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