Recently I angered the owner of a UPS Store that I have a contract and service agreement with. He canceled my service agreement. He also declared I was banned from the property for life.
The problem I'm facing is I have packages en route. According to our contract after termination or end of the service agreement, I can choose to have the packages stored at a daily rate for periodic pick-up or forwarded at my expense.
In keeping with the contract and not wanting an irate person to have my new address, I told him, I would like any packages that arrive to be stored at my expense.
Can he really ban a patron with a contract that obligates him to serve the patron?
In case it matters:
- there has and will be no violence
- there have and will be no threats (by me)
- this occurred in California
Update I'm including the contract, because of the inquiries. I don't wan't it to distract from the actual question in the title, regardless of whether my situation is deemed different. Contract