Adding a cancellation clause
to your contract is one way to protect yourself, Tenenbaum said.
If it is longer, it might be trying to hide something, like a cancellation clause
The cancellation clause
details how the insured or the insurer can cancel the policy.
The contract includes a cancellation clause
for the second vessel.
We had a five-year lease on office space in Oak Brook, and we had one client with a 90-day cancellation clause
Ensure that you have a new-type cancellation clause
based on higher headquarters issuing rules or regulations that will torpedo the local event.
The return to a market situation would obviously restore fair competition to the industry but the idea is still beset by major difficulties: costs are much higher than those pertaining prior to September 11, companies are at a disadvantage compared with airlines from third states that enjoy common funds, insurance companies have a cancellation clause
which allows them to terminate contracts within a short period (seven days).
The new policies will also have a cancellation clause
built in for travelers booked on a cruise ship that will oblige them to pay a fee to travel agencies if they cancel.
Among them is to generate a written agreement covering services, investment (price) and a cancellation clause
, and avoid joining groups unless you get business from them or derive some other direct benefit.
The positions are always the same-builders charge that distributors take the commission but add little value when it comes to providing product-trained sales people or maintenance services; distributors complain that they are bullied by the builders, given too little support, and serve at the whim of the builder while dangling at the end of a 30- or 60-day cancellation clause
in their contractual agreements.
A cancellation clause
in a contract says to the signer, "If you cancel your program by X date, you are obligated to reimburse the facility Y dollars.