Ok sorry if I am not being clear..
The most recent payment was due on Tuesday I have not been paid so they are in default now.
Though its just 48hrs they assured me last week that I wouldn't go through this again but here we are.
They have a history of being in default so I was telling you about the past.
Based on this can I only request what they owe now..maybe instead of sending a Breach of notice with cure but a breach of notice with termination.
I know under the Breach of Notice termination I can demand my back money now, my question still remains can I demand my back pay that is due and the pay that is due on 03/1 in a breach of cure?
You can demand your back pay as that is already due now. You cannot demand the amount to be due on 3/1 since that amount is not yet due. Now if you plan to cease working before the 3/1 date, then you can demand for the amount you have already earned upto date.
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