Failure to fulfill contractual obligations by the partner in the transaction or the impossibility of securing the terms of the agreement often forces one of the parties to refuse to continue cooperation. For such cases, the possibility of terminating the contract is provided, which is regulated by Article 782 of the Civil Code of the Russian Federation.
To terminate the contract unilaterally, in accordance with the legislation of the Russian Federation, the initiator of the termination of the contract must inform the opposite party of his intentions in writing. Such a document will correctly be called a notice of termination of the contract. At the same time, the legally correct wording used in the text of the letter should sound like “unilateral refusal to perform the contract”. There is no single form for such a document, so draw it up in a simple written form, observing the requirements of modern office work. Type text on the computer and print the notification on the printer.
Start your letter by specifying the title of the document "Notice", placing it at the top of the sheet in the center. Under it, briefly describe the essence of the appeal "on unilateral refusal to fulfill the contract." Next, fill in the parts reserved for the details of the parties. Here write the name of your organization, PPC, TIN, actual and legal address, bank details, contacts (phone numbers, fax, e-mail) and place space for the registration data of the document. As the addressee, it is enough to indicate the head of the counterparty enterprise (position, surname and initials).
In the main part, be sure to indicate the number of the contract that is subject to termination, the date of its conclusion, name the participants in the transaction as they were described in the text of the contract. List the circumstances that made you refuse to continue fulfilling the terms of the contract, referring to its specific clauses or articles of the law of the Russian Federation. In conclusion, inform about the termination of the contractual relationship unilaterally, inform the expiration date of the contract and indicate the requirements that you present to the counterparty based on the current situation. Next, you should put the signature of the authorized person and the seal of the company.
Register the letter as outgoing with the secretary of your company according to the generally accepted rules of business correspondence. Send a letter to the addressee with a postal acknowledgment of receipt. Save your receipt and receipt of receipt, these documents will be useful to you as evidence in case of possible litigation.