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My brief search of Kentucky law does not show that an automatic renewal clause is per se illegal. However, you may argue that such a provision for a service contract where no service is actually being provided, is unconscionable under the Kentucky Consumer Protection
Act. An unconscionable contract may be terminated. What you can do is send a written notice that the contract is terminated as of 30 days of the letter. This may leave you liable for one months payment, but this should also provide you a basis for stating that the contract is terminated and if they try to press it against you, you assert that it is unconscionable and you counter-sue for damages under the Kentucky Consumer Protection Act.
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