Millie contracted to sell Frank 10,000 bushels of corn to be grown on Millie?s farm. Due to a drought;during the growing season, Millie?s yield was much less than anticipated, and she could deliver only 250;bushels to Frank. Frank accepted the lesser amount but sued Millie for breach of contract. Can Millie;defend successfully on the basis of outcome impossibility of performance? Explain.;In responding to the question be sure to;? Discuss the elements of impossibility of performance and the three situations where this defense;can be used.;? Discuss commercial impracticability and its application to the above case.
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