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What are the limitations of moving out of contracts?

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    N.G.U.posted 7 years ago

    What are the limitations of moving out of contracts?

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    bsarna02posted 7 years ago

    You may have to pay for the losses of the other party. Depends how the contract terms were drafted especially the exit clause.

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    Butch Newsposted 7 years ago

    A contract is a legal document.  Even if it doesn't spell out the consequences of breaking the contract, it is solid evidence in a court of law and you can be sued to the full extent of the law.

    You have to judge for yourself what you are getting into when signing a contract and leaving without fulfilling the obligations spelled out.

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    jeanblake80posted 4 years ago

    Usually companies are set up to their benefit, not yours.  Especially marketing companies.  They set leases to work in their advantages.  Most places will require you to pay a large portion of your contract to break it, or simply require you to figure it out yourself.  When I was moving in Winnipeg, my apt complex required me to sell it myself and pay a fee.  I would suggest reading your contract to find out the details of your circumstance.  Good luck. 
    Jean Blake | http://www.wiebesmoving.com