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No there is not so long as you made an offer that was accepted by the other party.
For the contract to be binding that is really what is needed.
So unfortunately you are stuck if you settled on a price.
This would not be an act of god.
If there was a hail storm that destroyed the crop, for example, that would be an act of god.
I don't see why that matters myself.
But there was still an agreement and in fact the agreement itself says failure to sign doesn't constitute a refusal of the agreement.
Yes I read the contract.
They will sue you for damages.
And they will win and so also get an order for their legal costs.
But if you agreed to provide the crop then that is not a way out of the contract.
You only owe them what was agreed to at the time of the signing of the contract.
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