the exact wording is as follows "17.4 Termination without clause "subject to clause 17.5 this agreement may be terminated at any time by either party giving not less than 60 business days prior written notice to the other party"
17.6 Effect of Termination
(d) The xxxx xxxx will have no further right to receiev any remuneration from xxxx in respect of The xxx xxx 's performance of its obligations under this agreement
Term of the agreement
"The term of this agreement shall be 24 months from the date of signing this agreement unless terminated earlier. Renewals will be subject to the agreement of both parties
I have just looked at it and it looks like the contract wasn't renewed last time yet we have continued to sell for them and be paid our monthly commission
we thought so it is just disappointing to put in all this hard work and have them not take this into consideration
If they have neglected to get me to sign a renewal yet have continued to pay me and we have continued to work on their behalf does this change the game plan any?
I think we will just move on and put our energy into moving the customers once they are out of contract.
Many thanks for you assistance
jsut one more quick questions
because the contract from our side of things is non exclusive meaning we can sell our other services along side this contract
they cannot approach the customers on our list before the 24th of September in order to stop us from signing them up to one of our other suppliers
where would this be mentioned in the contract do you think?
I am more concerned about them appointing a new account manager without our permission before the 24th of Sept
I have more clarification our contract expired on 30th of september 2012 there is no rollover clause and we need to both agree to renew. So there is no contract.
So with no contract where do I stand with the future earnings?
they have continued to pay me a monthly commission every month since the contract stopped and we have contiuned to sign up people on their behalf
i would have thought that it leaves a rather large grey area
so the confidentially and other terms in the original contract still exist?
Yes, all the other terms are still in the contract-the whole contract save for the term clause, would be rolled over and be in force.
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