In subsequent cases, a breach of an interim time limit may constitute grounds for termination. Persistent and persistent violations of one or more interim time limits may find grounds for termination. For example, continuous delivery outside of time or continuous and significant payment delays. It goes without saying that delivery and payment on time may have been the subject of a contractual agreement as basic conditions. When designing a contract and, consequently, a termination clause or clauses, a prudent rapporteur will take due account of the intention of the parties to obtain the conclusion of the agreed contract for the benefit of all parties concerned and how their design can help the parties to carry out the contract. Instead of naively insisting that the contract slavishly catalogs a number of rights and remedies that are entirely to the preconceived benefit of the customer. The treaty is a working document that allows the parties to regulate their trade relations for mutual benefit. In addition, the rapporteur will take note of the fact that, in addition to the contracting entity and the contractor, and depending on the size of the operation and the complexity of the performance of the contract, many other parties to the contract are often involved, whose interests depend on the fact that a contract is not terminated prematurely.
For example, employees on both sides, spare parts manufacturers, truckers, and third-party customers….