It is not desirable for owners to accept the early return of aircraft or termination of leases – or take coercive measures – in this period of market uncertainty, because it would be very difficult to bring the aircraft into another airline`s fleet, because the global demand for flights has decreased so much. Most lenders and lenders appear to be working with their airline customers to abandon or restructure payment plans. This may be partly a bet on the survival of the airline. But it is also a pragmatic reflection of the reality that creditors are currently facing – even where defaults persist clearly, the application and exercise of other measures (beyond mere documentary reserves of rights) in an environment where many courts and public functions are closed, where many airports are closed, at least partially, and where a courageous person needs a definitive value on a very disabled asset. The solution of retrieving assets with larger loans or in more buoyant markets is not currently an option, and any lender that has successfully re-issued will likely face increased storage and maintenance costs. Exceeding agreements, in which a buyer agrees to pay additional consideration to a seller when certain defined events occur, are a frequent source of litigation, in part due to the long duration of these agreements. For most transactions, the buyer pays purchase funds based on a commitment from the seller`s lawyer to cover all costs related to the property. Some assets can be transferred by delivery and the APA alone will be sufficient to transfer such assets, but other types of assets require additional documentation to transfer to the buyer. Since only the assets expressly mentioned in the APA are transferred, the definition of these assets should be defined with caution in the APA. The purchaser did not acquire assets (or liabilities) that were not established, but it is generally wrong to suggest – at least contractually – that coronavirus is a force majeure event under an aircraft lease under English or New York law.