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Unfortunately there is not a right of rescission on a Subscriber License Agreement because it is not signed by the other party. Therefore, absent language to the contrary in the Agreement, you would not have a right to rescind nor renegotiate the contract. That said, there are a myriad of reasons to justify rescinding the Agreement. Basically, the law allows an Agreement to be rescinded if it is based upon fraud, mistake, or significant non-disclosure or concealment.I suggest that you retain local counsel to pursue your remedies.
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Do I need the lies in their writing to have a good chance to go to small claim court?. My rough notes are not very? What are you thoughts on this sentence and the term gross profits? The exact wording is the next sentence.CTI (Group) will refund 100% of the Subscriber's License/Subscription Fee if during the 12 month period immediately following Subscriber's subscription hereunder, the Program does not show a gross profit. The dictionart defined gross profit as
Gross Profit = Net Sales - Cost of goods sold.
I agree that your money should be refunded based upon the statement in the agreement as well as the other details indicated in your post. You will want to file suit to recover all monies paid
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