A contract cannot be unilaterally cancelled. I doubt that the agent will agree with you that he is not doing his job. Discuss your concerns with your agent. Perhaps you can agree to rescind the contract upon terms satisfactory to both of you. Good luck.
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This depends on the terms of your contract and the laws of contract in your state. It would be best if you consult a business attorney to review the terms of the contract and adv is you. Goo luck.Ask a similar question
I would look at the terms of the contract. Or have an Attorney review it for you and see if there is something in there that will allow you to justifiably terminate the contract. I would also try to work it out with the Agent if your relations are still good with him.
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Bay Area Attorney
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If you can prove your agent is not doing his job and there is a significant non-performance on his part you should consider rescinding the contract for failure for performance and lack of consideration. You should contact an attorney and make sure your arguments are properly framed up with evidence and appropriate law can be cited.
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