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If the contract stated they must give one months notice, then yes you would have a case against them for any money they owe for work already carried out, and for the months notice they failed to give.
However, if they have gone through past records and cctv and have documentary evidence that your company are paid to provide services for 1 hour a day six days week, then that is the contracted time you should remain on site. It makes no difference how clean you feel the property is. If invoice is sent for 6 hours a week and only 4 0r 5 hours was actually spent on site, then your company has over billed and the customer can seek to address those bills against your company. Sorry to say, but if they really wanted to push the matter, it could be considered false accounting and fraud.
I would suggest trying to reach a compromise on the matter between what they owe you and the hours they can prove your company was not on site.
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