Contract breakdown. Under the terms of the contract, both parties are required to work in accordance with the contract. If one party does not act, the other party does not prevent its performance or violates the terms of the contract without legal justification, it has breached the contract and may be terminated. The unmotivated party may make a claim for compensation resulting from the offence. Illegality. In some cases, the purpose of the contract may become illegal because a law was passed after the contract was concluded. This “above-average illegality” means that the contract cannot be executed and terminated in law. If it is a serious violation or a violation of a substantial clause, the other party has the right to terminate the contract or to maintain the current contract. However, your contract may require the tenant to send you a “notice of compensation for an infringement” before it can be terminated.
The parties may, in certain circumstances, agree to authorize termination.