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So the contract can definitely not be cancelled, because the waiver of cancellation was signed, giving away our three-day "cool-off" period. That is legal? Monday, the 29th will be the 3rd business day,
I have a copy of the waiver, and I am attaching it. Are you able to tell me if this is flimsy or binding?
Okay, and I think this is the last question -
Because the terms of the original contract have been dramatically changed, verbally, we are requesting a new contract to be drawn up on Monday. Essentially, the entire way they are performing the work will be different, with the trenchless method. Because of the verbal changes, and a pending new contract, do we still not have the right to back out?
This is a last resort, and a very unfriendly option, but would it be possible to have them draw up the new contract and then refuse to sign it? At that point, would the previous contract still be valid?