Contract Cancellation Sample Clauses


Contract Cancellation. ADHS reserves the right to cancel this Contract, in whole or in part, due to a failure by the Contractor to carry out any material obligation, term or condition of the Contract. ADHS shall issue written notice to the Contractor of the intent to cancel the Contract for acting or failing to act, as in any of the following:


Contract Cancellation. Either Party may terminate this Agreement on 60 days written notice. In the event both Parties wish to mutually terminate this Agreement, the date of termination shall be as agreed by the Parties without regard to the notice provision. In the event this Agreement is terminated, HR1 shall work with Client to facilitate an orderly transition of work in progress, and HR1 shall deliver to Client copies of all documents and records or information to facilitate the transition.

Contract Cancellation. Cancellation of this contract may be requested by either party, at any time during the contract term. Notice must be given in written form to the parties listed in the lease agreement no later than 90 days prior to the requested termination date. It is understood that the parties involved cannot embark on a new lease arrangement during the original contract period for the same location. During this period the “Tenant” agrees to allow the “Landlord” to show said office space to perspective tenants. Landlord must notify the Tenant at least 24 hours in advance and will be respectful of the Tenants business operations. The Tenant agrees to fulfill any and all financial obligations in full by the last day of the occupancy of the location listed in Addendum A. This paragraph does not replace or diminish the conditions described in Paragraph 15 — Default, or Paragraph 16 — Additional Remedies.PHYSICIAN SERVICESIn addition to the Lease of Physician Office Space as described under Section A of this Agreement, Tenant may elect to purchase additional services from the Landlord to support Tenant’s Physician Practice. These services are to be provided as long as the Tenant’s lease with Highlands Cashiers Hospital is in force and will be provided in the leased space occupied by the Tenant. Tenant may terminate these services in whole or in part with 30 days prior notice. Note: Sublease contracts with providers other than Highlands Cashiers Hospital do not qualify for the below services.Services that can be provided:1. Long distance telephone service at cost. (see separate policy)2. Supplies as ordered by Tenant at cost plus 10%. (see separate policy)3. Physician computer billing system. Cost for this service is to be set at the Hospital’s current cost for providing such computer service. (see separate contract)To select additional services required by Tenant, Tenant should circle the number identifying the service and initial and date each service requested. Landlord will bill the Tenant each month for the services provided.Separate contracts with full service explanations and responsibilities are to be secured and attached to this document.IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties hereto have signed this lease under seal as of the date first written above.THE HIGHLANDS-CASHIERS HOSPITAL, INC. Landlord By: Date: Jim Graham, Administrator (Corporate Seal) Attest: Date: Joan Cabe Assistant Secretary Name of Tenant: Authorized Signatory Signature of Tenant: /s/ Authorized Signatory ...

Contract Cancellation. Seller shall terminate as of the Closing any property management agreement, listing or brokerage agreement or other Contracts affecting any Real Property (other than the Assigned Contracts) without cost to Purchaser and Purchaser shall not be responsible for any salaries, benefits or other compensation due to onsite employees of the current property manager, brokers or other third parties under such Contracts (other than obligations under the Assigned Contracts relating to the period from and after the Closing).

Contract Cancellation. Seller shall terminate as of the Closing any property management agreement, listing or brokerage agreement or other Contracts affecting any Real Property without cost to Purchaser and Purchaser shall not be responsible for any salaries, benefits or other compensation due to onsite employees of the current property manager, brokers or other third parties under such Contracts.