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A Notice for Non-Renewal of Contract is a letter that is used to inform one party to a contract that the other party does not intend to renew the contract. It is often used when the parties have a contract that automatically renews at the end of the contract period unless one party gives a notice that they do not want to renew the contract. If a Notice for Non-Renewal of Contract is given, the contract will not renew automatically and will instead end on the last day of the contract period.
This document can be used by any party to a fixed term contract. A fixed term contract is a contract with a start date and an end date.
How to use this document
The user should first review the contract and take note of the periods and requirements that need to be complied in order to not renew the contract. This varies from contract to contract so this document may not comply with the specific requirements of all contracts. It is important to first review the contract to see if there are any periods, notices or other requirements that need to be complied with.
The user should enter all the information required to complete the document. Once the document is completed, the user should print at least two (2) copies of the document and, if applicable, attach a copy of the contract if the same will be attached. The person who will sign the letter as sender or representative of the sender should review the document and sign the same.
This document can be sent by any of the means listed in the contract as the proper means for sending notices. If none is listed, it can be sent by registered mail or personal delivery to the proper address of the other party to the contract.
The party sending the letter should keep a copy of the letter for their records.
Notices for Non-Renewal of Contract are not subject to specific laws but will be subject to the terms and conditions of the original contract. Laws that affect the original contract as well as the general laws of contracts and obligations, as found in the Civil Code of the Philippines, may also apply.
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