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There is no legal reason why you'd have to work through July 21st; it could only be contractual. In other words, unless your contract requires you to stay on to July 21st you would not have to stay on. Closely examine the contract and ensure that there is no clause that would allow him to require you to stay on that long...if not then you are free to leave any time after June 30.
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I agree, he is not in compliance with the contract. Thus he cannot make you stay any longer than the agreement requires. Hope this answers your questions. Thanks.
Right, because the contract terminates, the idea of notice is no longer required. That would only be necessary if either of you were levin before the natural end of the contract and even then it states the termination must be mutual agreement for 90 days to be required.
Well he cannot legally or ethically imply that he has someone on staff that he does not. You'd either have to report him to the board or file a lawsuit against him though to do that.
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