4. Termination of agreements

The contract will normally set down those conditions which will need to prevail for the agreement to be terminated before the agreed end date. These may include:

  • insolvency of either party;

  • the refusal on the part of either party to abide by the terms previously agreed and set down in the contract;

  • non-payment;

  • the completion of a key project. For example, if the client’s decision to outsource was largely influenced by the prospect of the development of new technology, it may be that once this is in place, the completion of the remainder of the agreement appears less attractive.

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