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The contract was signed on 04/01/2012, with auto-renewals allowed for not more than 4 times, from the expiration of the original term.
So, the auto-renewal was allowed for 4 times from the expiry of the original term signed on 04/01/2012.
If the contract has been renewed four times from the expiration date of he original term, then so the contract has been expired, thus Agents T&C s would no longer applicable.
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