Selected Cases by Article & Issues
(1) The refusal of a permission affecting the validity of the contract renders the contract void. If the refusal affects the validity of some terms only, only such terms are void if, having regard to the circumstances, it is reasonable to uphold the remaining contract.
(2) Where the refusal of a permission renders the performance of the contract impossible in whole or in part, the rules on non-performance apply.
|1||Refusal of permission affecting validity of contract or single terms thereof|
|1.1||Contract or single terms void|
|2||Refusal of permission rendering performance of contract impossible|
|2.1||Rules on non-performance apply (see Chapter 7)||1|