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Did you sign it on their premises?
I asked a question before I can give you the answer.
I asked: Did you sign it on their premises?
What is the agreement for?
As a consumer or business? (You I mean).
So you are selling milk to them and want to cancel?
Does the contract have a termination clause?
Its bad news I am afraid. If this was a contract as a consumer then you would have a cooling off period.
But the definition of a consumer is someone who is pursuing a contract outside his business, trade or profession. This does not apply here as you are supplying milk.
As such you are not entitled to a cooling off period unless the contract says so. Unless it does then sadly you have a legally binding contract.
I am sorry if this is not the answer you want and certainly not the one I want to give you, I have a duty to be honest.
Can I clarify anything for you about this today please?
I understand. If you want to break the agreement you can, BUT they can then sue you for breach of contract.
People enter long contracts all the time - look at a mortgage for example, 25 years.
But if you agreed to the contract then sadly you are bound by it.
Does that clarify?