The first test under the Contracts Act is that an event will be recognized as an intervention by a ‘force Majeure Is the test of expectations, both objectively and subjectively of the tenant himself.
The ruling did not recognize extreme events such as a general war.
This is the case, for example, with the Yom Kippur War, where it was also ruled that a war with an enemy state close to Israel is likely to take place.
Also, regarding unfortunate events of the tenant, such as serious illness or even death.
These do not fit the test of expectations and do not allow him not to pay rent.
By the way, some would say that almost any event, and it will be the most unusual and extreme, can be predicted.