The contractual doctrine of frustration can apply to any type of lease; but the circumstances in which the doctrine applies are exceedingly rare1. For the doctrine to apply, there must have occurred an event such that no substantial use of the demised premises as would have been permitted by the lease and as was in the contemplation of the parties when the lease was made remains possible to the tenant after the frustrating event
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