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According to your description, you have a contract to work 200 hours, and this must be accomplished between May 12 and July 10. Apparently you are 25 hour short on that obligation, which may mean that you probably will be in breach of contract. I don't see what error there is w.r.t. the date: whatever the contract says, that is what you agreed to. Perhaps ...


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You simply have to deliver the form: they do not have to accept it. You can deliver it to an office, hand it to the landlord's agent, put it on their desk, mail it or fax it. You will eventually need to involve the LTB because you either have to get the landlord to agree, find a replacement tenant, or appeal to the LTB. If you don't get an assignee and don't ...


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Is there a legal doctrine that prevents a scenario like this? Yes. The particulars of the scenario would determine the grounds on which a non-assignment clause would be null and void. The Restatement (Second) of Contracts roughly classifies these alternative grounds for unenforceability as grounds of undue influence and of public policy. Additionally, by ...


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is this whole scenario valid? Yes. This is as valid as the company's right to move forward with multiple candidates simultaneously (without letting you know whatsoever) and see which hiring process is most feasible or convenient. At this point there is no indication that you or the company are subject to some sort of exclusivity, not even from a moral or ...


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I am assuming that your question was that what you should do now! You need to send a legal notice to the dealer to provide you with a photocopy or scanned copy of your signed agreement. It is an act of tort not to give you a copy, as discussed earlier with you. After you get the contract, check with a lawyer or by yourself if you've been duped.


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