Termination letters are made for canceling partnership agreements owing to particular reasons that do not coincide with the terms of an agreement. Before sending or making a termination letter for whatever purpose, make sure that you have read the terms of your contract or agreement and there is basis or sound proof of any breach or violation of the said contract or agreement.
Termination letter examples and samples are found on this page for your reference. If it is for an employment termination or for a lease contract termination, this page will surely aid you in your task of making a well-written and sound termination letter.
Lease Termination Letters
Lease Termination Letter Sample
Apartment Lease Termination Letter
Early Lease Termination Letter
Employee Termination Letter Examples
Employee Contract Termination Letter
Voluntary Employment Termination Letter
Contract Termination Letters
Contract Service Termination Letter
Employee Contract Termination Letter
Job Termination Letters
Job Contract Termination Letter
Job Performance Termination Letter
Job Offer Termination Letter
Rental Termination Letter Examples
Rental Lease Termination Letter
Rental Contract Termination Letter
Service Termination Letters
Security Service Termination Letter
Accountant Service Termination Letter
Day Care Service Termination Letter
Termination of Contracts
A formal letter for termination can only be sent if there are sufficient grounds to end the contract. A simple contract usually has termination clauses which normally cover the following:
- Acts of God – the occurrence of a natural calamity or disaster that made the possibility of a party unable to fulfill the contract
- Fraud – intentional or unintentional false representation of the company or any of its subsidiaries
- Breach of contract – failure of one party to do what the contract requires of him to do.
- Insolvency – inability of an individual or corporation to pay his debts or financial obligations.
Grounds for such termination in the case of the example Employee Probation Termination Letter in this page shows the reasons for termination to be an inadequacy in performing the assigned job or duty.
General Types of Termination Letter
Lease Termination Letter
Happens between the landlord or tenant where one party may unilaterally send a Notice of Termination to the other party if either of them wants to end the relationship or contract. Both parties may then sign a mutually agreed upon termination agreement if both of them agree. An example shown on the page shows a simple Lease Agreement Termination Letter for a property in the state of Ohio, USA. The following are the common reasons for lease termination:
- In the case of the Landlord:
- Selling the home, condo, or apartment
- Foreclosure of the property
- Remodeling the premises
- Property taken under eminent domain for public use
- Police required the landlord to remove tenant suspected of gang or drug related disturbances
- lawsuit for non-payment of tenant
- Natural disasters or acts of God, like flood and earthquake which destroyed the place
- For Tenants:
- Tenant is moving to a new location for a new job or due to being married
- The need for additional or bigger space allowing children or pets
- Housing code violations creating unsafe hazardous living conditions
- Repeated neglect of landlord after sending notice to do maintenance or repair
- Tenant has to do military service
- Family is having health problems due to conditions present in the unit.
Patient Termination Letter Examples
Dental Patient Termination Letter
Doctor Patient Termination Letter Sample
Vendor Termination Letters
30-Day Vendor Termination Letter
Vendor Contract Termination Letter
Tenancy Termination Letters
Early Tenancy Termination Letter
Landlord Tenancy Termination Letter
Client Termination Letter Example
Client Contract Termination Letter
Client Relationship Termination Letter
Physician Termination Letters
Physician Patient Termination Letter Sample
Physician Employment Termination Letter
Physician Contract Termination Letter
Termination Request Letters
Employee Termination Request Letter
Service Termination Request Letter
Contract Termination Request Letter
Lease Termination Request Letter
Contractor Termination Letter Examples
General Contractor Termination Letter
Subcontractor Termination Letter
Labour Contractor Termination Letter
Rental Lease Termination Letters
Early Rental Lease Termination Letter
General Types of Termination Letter Continued
Business Termination Letter
This happens when the contract or agreement for business no longer conforms to the stipulations agreed upon at the start of the contract. Examples shown in the page include that of Service Termination Requests , Business Termination Letters, and Contractor Termination Letters.
While there may be a number of reasons as to why a business contract may be cancelled, but here are a few general reasons for cancellation:
- Quality. The product or service being provided is found out to be of poor quality or does not meet the standards needed in relation to what was stipulated in the contract. An example of such is shown in the Service Termination Request Letter example on this page.
- Contractual misunderstanding. These are questions arising out of stipulations and provisions in a contract and both parties disagree in their application letter or interpretation.
- Product/service no longer useful. One of the parties involved in the contract no longer has the need for any product or service of the other party to the contract. Continuance of the contract will only be either redundant or disadvantageous to the party ending the contract.Examples on this page like the Business Contract Termination Letter and Vendor Contract Termination Letter show that the business itself was bought by another individual or company and thus would be under the terms and conditions applied to that company. The other example shows that they have invested in a machine that can provide the product that was being supplied and thus no longer needs to buy from that party.
- Product/service delivery. The agreed product or service was not provided or delivered in a timely manner or in context to what was agreed in the contract. Examples of this shown in the page are General Contractor Termination Letter and Subcontractor Termination Letter. Both letters explain not only once but multiple events of late delivery of a service or product.
Attorney Termination Letters
Attorney Client Termination Letter
Attorney Contract Termination Letter
Insurance Termination Letter Examples
Life Insurance Termination Letter
Business Termination Lettersss
Business Contract Termination Letter
Business Partnership Termination Letter
Business Lease Termination Letter
Landlord Termination Letters
Landlord Tenancy Termination Letter
Free Landlord Termination Letter
Landlord Lease Termination Letter
Apartment Termination Letters
Apartment Contract Termination Letter
Apartment Early Termination Letter
Work Termination Letters
Voluntary Work Termination Letter
Work Order Termination Letter
Volunteer Termination Letter Examples
Simple Volunteer Termination Letter
Medical Termination Letters
Medical Insurance Termination Letter
Medical Leave Termination Letter
Medical Patient Termination Letter
Professional Termination Letters
Professional Contract Termination Letter
Professional Service Termination Letter
Professional Employee Termination Letter
General Types of Termination Letter Concluded
Employment or Job Termination Letters
This is perhaps the most common of the termination letters but one of the hardest letters to write. It is basically an order to terminate the work or service of an employee due to various reasons. This is useful for a business either for reference in the future where the employee decides to re-apply for a different position in the company or when any employee decides to pursue damages in court.
General reasons causing termination of an employee may be due to the following:
- Unable to meet job requirements. First and foremost grounds for termination of an employee is the employees inability to perform in accordance to the requirements needed of the job. Examples for such are shown in the Employment Probation Termination Example and Job Performance Termination Letters in this page.
- Serious misconduct. This is defined as a deliberate behavior of an employee that results or places potential risk to the health of the employee or colleagues and the reputation or profitability of a business. The Service Termination Request Letter on this page shows an example of this cause for termination.
- Willful disobedience of employer’s orders. Intentional non-compliance in accordance to specifications required at work plan or on the job plan. Examples of which mainly include disobeying, in multiple instances, direct work orders from a superior.
- Gross and habitual neglect of duty. Behavioral pattern causing work not to be done or problems arising from neglect of doing required work. An example of this is shown on this page under the Supplier Service Termination Letter and Food Vendor Termination Letter examples.
- Fraud or breach of trust. This happens when an employee commits an act of fraud or mainly dishonesty in the name of or under the pretense of representing the company. Examples of such are shown on this page in the Employee Contract Termination and Contract Agreement Termination Letter examples.
- Commission of a crime – is on itself quite explanatory as an employee who commits any violation or crime punishable by law.
- Other causes – These causes themselves are not caused by the employee but from rather other different sources. Examples of which are redundancy, retrenchment in the prevention of losses, or closure of the business. Examples of which are shown in the Job Contract Termination Letter, Accountant Service Termination, Vendor Termination, and Employee Termination Request Letter Examples found in the page.