The advertising contract between a publisher and a business states that the publisher will distribute 365 booklets that contain the advert of the business. The price paid by the business to the publisher is for leasing out a specified space in the booklet for the advert.
365 booklets were printed. The publisher gave these booklets to a courier company for distribution. However, 20 booklets were not distributed. These were somehow lost/destroyed whilst in the possession of the courier. This fact is known to the publisher. Since the advertising contract stated a distribution of 365 booklets with the advert, must the publisher now refund the business the advertising paid for the un-distributed 20 booklets?
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