Unilateral convenience termination

Provisions in a contract that give one party (normally the purchaser) the right to walk away for any reason (or no reason) at any time. Sometimes these provisions include an “exit right for a price” to compensate the contractor for its unrecovered mobilization and demobilization costs.

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