The document is used when either party wishes to state that it does not intend to renew the contract. In other words, this document is used by the parties when they have a fixed-term contract.
When one party wishes to terminate its contractual relationship with the other party permanently, it may use a document called A Notice for Non-Renewal of Contract. This type of document is used where the parties have already entered into a contract and contain a "rolling" renewal. In other words, it is an assumed or automatic renewal. The party wishing to terminate the relationship may, therefore, send a formal notice with this letter.
You fill out a form. The document is created before your eyes as you respond to the questions.
At the end, you receive it in Word and PDF formats. You can modify it and reuse it.
The document is used when either party wishes to state that it does not intend to renew the contract. In other words, this document is used by the parties when they have a fixed-term contract. It is the contract with a fixed and specified term, and one of the parties intends to allow that termination to become permanent.
Once the questions have been answered, the document will enter the identifying details of each party and, if desired, the reason for non-renewal.
The completed document must be printed, signed, and sent to the recipient. We advise the sender to save the copy.
No specific laws govern the notices of contract non-renewal. However, they are subject to the original terms of the contract regarding how the notification is sent and other factors.