I made a gas pumps contract with gas jobber and its been more than a year and jobber did not fulfill it now how to get

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Customer: i made a gas pumps contract with gas jobber and its been more than a year and jobber did not fulfill it now how to get out from contract.
JA: What state are you in? It matters because laws vary by location.
Customer: ga
JA: What steps have you taken so far?
Customer: just waiting and now they do not answered my call either
JA: Is there anything else the Lawyer should know before I connect you? Rest assured that they'll be able to help you.
Customer: that is it
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Hellio, my name is***** am a licensed Attorney.
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I am reading your information and will be right with you.

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Customer
i had gas contract with jobber and its over one year and they did not fullfill their commitment now how to get out from contract
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PatriciaMD413, Expert

Do you have a copy of the signed contract ?

Customer
Hi
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PatriciaMD413, Expert

Contracts will have sections titled termination, events of default, cancellation - look for those terms in the contract.

Customer
its only my sign because they send me a contract over email
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PatriciaMD413, Expert

that is ok

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PatriciaMD413, Expert

If you wish to speak by phone we can do so, I have posted a call proposal.  If you would rather continue chatting that is fine as well.

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PatriciaMD413, Expert

Your contract may have a section that says "Notices".  This section will state how you should give notice to the other party in the event of a dispute or if you need to notify them of something regarding the contract.  Generally, the notice is to be sent to an address.

Customer
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PatriciaMD413, Expert

If you do not see a notice section, then you want to send notice to the contact information that you have.

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PatriciaMD413, Expert

I am sorry but I cannot read that.  Can you please rotate the image.
Customer
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PatriciaMD413, Expert

The Notice that you send to the other party terminating the contract should be sent per any requirements in the Notice section.  If no requirements are listed, then send the Notice by certified mail and also to the email address(es) that you have for the other side.  If you send by email, send the email with a read request and a receipt request.

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PatriciaMD413, Expert

the image still needs to be rotated.

Customer
i did not send any notice for termination yet,i try but cant rotate or i do not now how to
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PatriciaMD413, Expert

if this is a photo, use the edit feature on your phone to rotate the image

Customer
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PatriciaMD413, Expert

it is still the same

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PatriciaMD413, Expert

never mind, I had to print the page as this is taking too long to fix

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PatriciaMD413, Expert

the section you have sent me covers a situation where there was a delay by either party and the delay was caused by an act of God such as a hurricane.

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PatriciaMD413, Expert

This section 11 states that if there is delay caused by an act of God then that does not count as an event of default.

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PatriciaMD413, Expert

If the other party failed to perform their duties, they are in default of the contract.

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PatriciaMD413, Expert

You need to send Notice to them per the requirements of the Notice section.  If there are no requirements listed, then you should send it by certified mail and email.

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PatriciaMD413, Expert

In your Notice you need to state that due to their default you are terminating the contract.  You can list a date in the future for the termination or you can say you are terminating the contract immediately.

Customer
it is not act of god situation they says we will do it for whole year and now they says one of his partner ran away with money
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PatriciaMD413, Expert

Please see my comment above regarding what you need to say in the termination.  You need to terminate the contract and make a demand for them to repay you whatever money they owe you.  If they fail to pay your money, then you will need to file suit in court to collect the money.  It may be also that there is a section in the contract that says any disputes are to be resolved by arbitration instead of a lawsuit.

Customer
can i says in notice that i am terminating the contract immediately.is it legal to do that or i have to send through lawyer.
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PatriciaMD413, Expert

You can do it on your own you do not have to have an attorney.

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You need to state you are terminating immediately due to their failure to perform.  By failing to perform they breached the terms of the contract.

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Customer
please see no 26
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PatriciaMD413, Expert

these is very blurry image

Customer
Is that ok please
Customer
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PatriciaMD413, Expert

I was able to read it.  You need to send the notice of termination due to their breach of the contract.

Customer
ok i will do it but how come i can contact you again on this matter
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PatriciaMD413, Expert

yes, you can request me when you post again

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you can ask forCustomer/p>

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PatriciaMD413, Expert

I wish you good luck with your matter.  Thank you for allowing us to assist you today.

Customer
ok but my english in law language can you make a sample letter for this termination notice i will pay for it if you can and how much charge will be
Customer
you still there?
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PatriciaMD413, Expert

sorry I had to take a call

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PatriciaMD413, Expert

You can send me a direct message on this site regarding the letter.  I can check to see if that is something I can do for you.  The fee for the letter would be paid to me and not through JustAnswer.

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PatriciaMD413, Expert

I am going to end this chat but do contact me by private message.  I am not always on here but I do check in a few times a day so I will get back to you.

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I wish you the best.  If you need assistance on other matters please let us know.

Customer
Ok I will when I make a letter I will show you before I mail it for your advice for if any corrections
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you are very welcome

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