- Being impossible to carry out or put into practical use or effect
- In contract law, a rule that can free a party from their commitments if an unexpected event makes fulfilling the contract extremely challenging, costly, or harmful
- When the execution of a certain process, like joining, is overly complicated or challenging
- Due to the impracticability of the situation, the contract was deemed void.
- Impracticability of the process led to reconsidering the proposed procedures.
- The court granted relief from obligation citing the doctrine of impracticability.