force majeure (fors ma-zh[schwa]r). [Law French ¡°a superior force¡±] An event or effect that can be neither anticipated nor controlled. ? The term includes both acts of nature (e.g., floods and hurricanes) and acts of people (e.g., riots, strikes, and wars). ¡ª Also termed force majesture; vis major; superior force. Cf. ACT OF GOD; VIS MAJOR.
How do bilingual lawyers in China usually translate the term FORCE MAJEURE?
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