Since the outbreak of COVID-19 began, business as usual has been disrupted. As a result of various government interventions, there has been a disruption of supply chains across all industries. Manufacturing, processing, transportation, and agriculture have either slowed or ground to a halt. As a result of these disruptions, businesses find it increasingly difficult to meet their demands and, in some cases, their contractual obligations.
This leaves an unanswered question, who should bear the losses and face the consequences of a contractual breach?