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Partial Termination for Convenience – Claim expected

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This is further to the Stop Work Order dated ________________ (delete this paragraph if no Stop Work Order was sent by the Contracting Authority).

Option 1

In accordance with the unrestricted right of Canada to terminate the Contract in part for convenience, the Contracting Authority notifies the Contractor that the following part of the Contract is terminated pursuant to section _____, Termination for Convenience, of general conditions ______:

(Describe the part of the contract that is terminated)

The Contractor must continue with the rest of the Work in accordance with the conditions of the Contract.

The Contractor is requested to submit to the Contracting Authority, for consideration, any claim that the Contractor may have as a result of this termination. The claim must be submitted on the prescribed departmental termination claim forms, which can be obtained by submitting a written request to the Contracting Authority. Termination claims should be prepared and submitted at the earliest possible time. Allowable costs are set out in the clause mentioned above. The procedure for the termination is set out in the Procedures Manual on Termination of Contracts provided by the Contracting Authority. The claim and all related correspondence must be addressed to the Contracting Authority.

Option 2

In accordance with the unrestricted right of Canada to terminate the Contract in part for convenience, the Contracting Authority notifies the Contractor that the following part of the Contract is terminated pursuant to section _____, Termination for Convenience, of supplemental general conditions ______:

(Describe the part of the contract that is terminated)

The Contractor must continue with the rest of the Work in accordance with the conditions of the Contract.

The Contractor is requested to submit to the Contracting Authority, for consideration, any claim that the Contractor may have as a result of this termination. The claim must be submitted on the prescribed departmental termination claim forms, which can be obtained by submitting a written request to the Contracting Authority. Termination claims should be prepared and submitted at the earliest possible time. Allowable costs are set out in the clause mentioned above. The procedure for the termination is set out in the Procedures Manual on Termination of Contracts provided by the Contracting Authority. The claim and all related correspondence must be addressed to the Contracting Authority.