If one of the parties is unable to fulfil its part of the agreement, it should first be discussed by mutual agreement. Your first option may be to simply modify or modify the original contract. If a contract change is not an option, you should check the original contract to see what options are described in the initial agreement to terminate the contract. You may be possible to withdraw from a contract without legal consequences if both parties agree to how the contract can be terminated. If both parties can`t agree on how to resolve the issue, you may need to consider mediation or small claims court. 7.8 This Agreement, all attached schedules and any other agreement to which it refers or to be provided by the Parties under this Agreement, constitutes the entire agreement and understanding between the Parties regarding the subject matter of this Agreement and establishes all prior discussions between them and supersedes any other agreement or understanding; which may have existed between the parties to the extent that such an agreement or agreement is addressed to the provision of services (name of the undertaking). (company name) acknowledges that it has not reasonably relied on other assurances or statements that are not contained in this Agreement or that have been made by any person or organization other than xxxx. To the extent that the terms of the Company`s orders or other correspondence are inconsistent with this Agreement, this Agreement shall take precedence. 3.2 xxxx charges the service fee twice per calendar month (the 15th and 31st of each month) (company name). (name of company) undertakes to pay the full payment to the credit accounting without delay after receipt of the invoice. Companies that have many service contracts sell for more than companies without a service contract. This is due to the fact that a list of customers with service agreements is a list of customers with relationships. A customer list without it is like an email list that can be bought for ten cents per name.
3.1 (company name) is responsible for all service charges indicated in the relevant specifications (and change orders, if any) when such services are provided. . . .