So, you need to break that contract … or do you?

The demands are onerous and painful. John (the other party) is harassing you. You have neither the money, time, nor desire to satisfy John’s demands. What should you do? As the old saying does, “the devil is in the detail”. Here are some quick tips: 1. Find the contract Hopefully the contract is a single document, although often it is not – so you must be careful. 2. Read the contract Make sure that you understand the contract, and do not rush – remembering the adage that "only fools rush in” 3. Consider your available options Whilst not a substitute for expert legal advice, start by discussing your understanding with an experienced and intelligent mentor or friend. They should ha

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