Getting out of a contract FAQs
26 July 2009
In order to obtain value for money, it is not unusual for commercial contracts to be entered into for a long period of time. Often well over a year. It is not surprising that over the life of the contract, the economic climate may change.
What seemed like a good deal a year or so ago, may not be quite as good a deal today. Today the service provider’s competitors have sharpened up their act and are providing a better service for the same or even less money. As a result you want to review your existing contractual relations. The following guide helps answer some of the more frequently asked questions we receive in this area.