Once the parties have agreed on the terms of the contract, they are both legally required to meet their contractual obligations. If they do not, they have violated the treaty and can be held accountable in court. Illegality. In some cases, the purpose of the contract may become illegal because a law was passed after the contract was concluded. This “above-average illegality” means that the contract cannot be executed and terminated in law. Fraud, misrepresentation or error. If the contract was entered into in circumstances that constitute fraud, misrepresentation or error, the contract may be terminated. In this situation, there could not have been a “meeting of spirits” on the terms of the contract, because the actual facts were not known to the parties. After the termination of a contract, the contracting parties will no longer have future obligations. However, one or both parties may be held responsible for breaching the terms of contract prior to termination. The terms of the contract can also determine what happens after the termination of the contract. A particular benefit is rarely awarded for breach, unless the purpose of the contract has been so rare or unique that no amount of damages could allow the innocent to be found in the absence of an offence.
Previous agreement. The parties may, in certain circumstances, agree to authorize termination. These special conditions must exist, otherwise there is a breach of contract. This prior agreement is a termination clause and enforceable as long as both parties have agreed to their terms. This is sufficient to meet the counterparty requirement and for the termination to be legally binding by agreement. We advise you in case of disputes related to business and business contracts, such as.B.: You can terminate a contract if you and the other party have a prior written agreement that requires termination of the contract for a specific reason. The usual name for this type of provision is a break clause. The agreement must give details of what is considered to be the reason for the termination of the contract. It should also indicate the measures necessary for one of the parties to terminate the contract.
In most cases, one party must submit a written notification of termination of the contract to the other party. If you wish to terminate the contract, the first step should be to verify the termination clause of the contract. In addition to possible reasons why one of the parties may terminate their contract, it may contain instructions on how to inform the other party that you wish to terminate the contract.