What is merely “onerous” and “excessively onerous”?
The section of the UNIDROIT Principles dealing with hardship begins by stating a general principle that a party remains bound to perform its contractual obligations even when the performance of the contract becomes more “onerous” for it, subject to the more specific provisions on hardship. The Principles then go on to define this “hardship.”
- Is this public "invitation to bid" merely a means of setting the price for the remaining owners, or for some other "insider", to purchase H.J.Koobs 1/3 Interest?
- Did Emerson and the American transcendentalists transform society or merely sow the seeds of American individualism?
- Is the Bill of Rights merely symbolic? What can it really accomplish?