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Thank you for the information and your question. Based solely on the information and you have provided, the agreement, although setting wages for a one year period is subject to termination with two weeks notice by either party at any time within that 12 months, and with no notice for a breach. That is the way it is written. So, two weeks notice at any time is the termination notice requirement.
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