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7. Force majeure, etc.
If force majeure (natural disasters, acts of god, action taken by the authorities, etc.) or unforeseeable or unavoidable events prevent the rental from taking place or continuing, the landlord may (without obligation) offer the tenant a similar property to the exclusion of any further claims. If the accommodation cannot be provided, in whole or in part, the sum paid or the appropriate portion of this will be reimbursed, to the exclusion of any further claims.