Termination Of Independent Contractor Agreement Letter

Dismissal letters give you a documented paper trail in the unfortunate case of a complaint. A standard termination letter will be as follows: Most agreements with independent contractors have built-in termination clauses that outline the terms under which you can terminate the contract. You should strictly comply with the termination provisions contained in such an agreement to avoid infringement claims. Payment of your [remaining benefits: accrued sick days, PTO, vacation, etc.] will be included in your final paycheque that you will receive on your normal pay day. You will receive a letter by mail refining the status of your benefits. Many independent contractor contracts have termination clauses describing the conditions under which the contract can be terminated either by the company or by the independent contractor. These termination clauses applicable to independent contractors should be strictly adhered to in order to avoid infringement claims. . . .

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