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Hi. Is there any reason you think you may not be?
I realise you would prefer not to pay but the agreement exists?
Oh I see.
What did the original contact say about extensions?
In that case, you are not liable.
You were liable for the initial six months. This document doesn't even purport to extend your liability beyond that. Therefore it cannot.
Even when contracts do there is quite a lot of caselaw that restricts their capacity to bind a person indefinitely.
Can I clarify anything for you?
No, it doesn't apply here.
The original contract doesn't even purport to extend beyond the six month period.
All the best.