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Thank you for your question and welcome. My name is ***** ***** I will assist you. Did you sign the contract? How much notice are they trying to make you give? Have you suffered any losses from their service provision?
Thank you. As you are a director of the company unfortunately I do not believe a slight error in the name will work. Also the argument you did not have authority wont work, because you are a director, you have what is known as ostensible authority. I would focus on trying to prove that you are terminating because they have breached the contract through poor service. What exactly did they do wrong?
Hi, Thank you. Will you obtain this service from another provider if it is terminated? Kind regards AJ
Thank you. If you are adamant on changing service provider and cancelling the service this is likely going to end in a dispute. As a starting point you need to put them on notice that you are terminating the service - say they have not supplied the service with reasonable care and skill in accordance the Supply of Goods and Services Act 1982- furthermore they have not followed invoicing instruction which were a condition of your acceptance of the service, If they then sue you it is their prerogative, but you would have to defend the claim. You could then consider bringing a counter claim for the losses you have suffered from their breach and from having to find a new service provider. Kind regards AJ