You and I can invoke force majeure if the incident occurred after the agreement was concluded, the incident was unforeseeable at the time of our agreement, and it is not due to an error on your part. Moreover, it must, above all result in the impossible execution of the agreement, be it temporary or definitive. Furthermore, the incident must be absolute and not merely a complication of the obligations of the agreement, or the performance of the agreement becoming more expensive.
During the period that the force majeure continues, I will suspend the obligations from the agreement. If this period lasts longer than 60 days, both you and I are entitled to terminate the agreement, without liability to compensate you or me for damage.
If upon the occurrence of force majeure, I have already partially complied with the agreement or will be able to comply with it, and if the part that has been fulfilled or will be assigned independent value, I am entitled to charge the part that has already been filled, or to is fulfilled.
In the event of force majeure, I will use reasonable endeavors to provide you with an alternative solution if you wish.