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You have a number of misconceptions in your question. Don't such unilateral termination clauses (sans notice) make a contract void and unenforceable? The clause itself could be unenforceable if B is a consumer. For example, in england-and-wales, section 62 of the Consumer Rights Act 2015 provides: (1) An unfair term of a consumer contract is not binding on ...


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There is probably no legal requirement for them to enforce it, however because they are not holding up thier side of the contract (providing you with an apartment with quiet hours between 11 and 8), you would not be obligated to continue your lease either, and they must likely couldn't hold you accountable for early termination.


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It depends There are two possibilities when company A acquires company B: Company B continues its existence with a new owner. In that case the state is in exactly the same position as it was before the acquisition. Company B ceases to exist and it’s assets, including the contract with the state, become the property of Company A. Both contracts still exist ...


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Insofar as labor law varies substantially across the globe, there is no meaningful global answer. In lieu of a specific specification of jurisdiction, I assume the arrangement is in the US. The default situation with labor contracts in the US is that employment is "at will", meaning that you can be fired on the spot, for no reason, and you can quit ...


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What are bob options here? Although the title and the tag mention breach of contract, it is unclear from your description whether a breach occurred at all. Knowing the terms of Bob's contract with the company is crucial for identifying a possible breach. The unusual premise that "[t]he application process took over 2 years [...] so [B]ob could start to ...


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