Hi, this is Jim, thank you for the further question.
It looks fine though I would add in (to this section) :
"You will appreciate that performance of the contractual terms during the period of the force majeure can therefore be suspended". If there is no end in sight whereby performance can take place, the contract will be frustrated and therefore void".
To answer your follow up questions :
1. no, my view has not changed given the further information. They should have been up front with you from the outset with their terms and conditions, otherwise they are in a stronger bargaining position than you and there is an argument the contract is unfair.
2. It doesn't matter - if performance is impossible then the contract is void whether you give notice or not.
3. yes, as the contract is void, you are not under an ongoing obligation to keep paying them, indeed if you do, you may be seen to be acquiescing to the void contract and having it restored due to the fact you are paying.
I hope this helps and answers the question which is easy to understand - please feel free to ask me anything else. I will reply as soon as I can to help with any further queries.
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