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Robinson v Davison (1871) LR 6 Ex 269

This case considered the issue of frustration of a contract and whether or not a concert organiser could recover damages from a woman who was contracted to perform at the concert but failed to do so due to illness.

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Robinson v Davison (1871) LR 6 Ex 269
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