Either party can terminate this agreement with immediate effect if there is:
- A breach of contract
- Failure to make a payment
Changing your mind
As we are both businesses you are unable to rely on the Consumer Contract Regulations 2013. You won’t have the right to change your mind once you have signed the Scoping Document.
These terms will remain in force until the expiry of any agreed term as set out in our Scoping Document or as otherwise set out below:
Breach of contract;
Either of us may terminate our agreement with immediate effect on giving notice to the other party if the other party:
- Commits a material breach of these terms which is incapable of remedy
- Commits a material breach of these terms which is capable of remedy but not remedied within 30 days of being notified of the breach
- Is in breach of its obligations under the Data Protection clause or Confidentiality clause
- Experiences a force majeure event
Failure to make payment, if:
- Any invoice is overdue or left unpaid after 30 days
- Within a reasonable time of us asking for it, provide us with information that is necessary for us to provide the services
On termination, any fees owed to us will become immediately payable.
The expiry or termination of these terms won’t affect the accrued rights, remedies, obligations or liabilities of the parties under it as existing at expiry or termination.