Asked in Business Law and Contracts for North Carolina

Q: I sell solar and management is really bad and I want to leave but still make sure I’m getting properly paid for my deals

15. Term and Termination. This Agreement takes effect immediately as of the Effective Date, and remains in full force and effect until the Contractor has completed the Services (the "Term"), unless earlier terminated under this Section

This Agreement may be terminated by either Party at any time and for any reason upon notice to the other Party. All requests for payment by Contractor for any outstanding work should be submitted to Company within fourteen (14) days. Upon the effective date of any termination, Contractor's right to receive compensation under this Agreement will end. Company may offset any sum due to Contractor against amounts due to Company by Contractor, and Company may reduce amounts due to contractor for any incomplete work.

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Ben Corcoran
Ben Corcoran
  • Yadkinville, NC
  • Licensed in North Carolina

A: You will have to speak with an employment lawyer and show them your full employment contract; any advice based on one clause of a contract is all but useless.

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