Data recovery. [PARTY B] has days from the date of termination  to recover all data that [PARTY B] wishes to keep. The effect of the dismissal clause in an employment contract is a very negotiated clause and therefore very diverse. If the other party is the cause of a material breach, they may be liable for damages to you and, depending on the contractual terms, it is likely that you will not have any additional liability under the treaty. For example, if the developer does not reach the stages of the mobile application development contract (either with regard to the date or quality of the work product) and the defects cannot be corrected within the time limit set by the contract, the contract may provide that you have the right to terminate the contract. Whether you are responsible for other payments depends on the contractual terms. Most contracts contain a ”survival clause” which provides that certain provisions of the contract are maintained beyond the termination of the contract, meaning that they will remain in force even if the other contractual obligations have been terminated. Payment clauses are usually included in the list of clauses that survive termination – all payments you were liable to make before the contract was terminated are still binding after termination. The contract may also provide that either party has the right to terminate for convenience. This means that a party may terminate, for any reason or no reason, be effective for a given period after written notice to the other party. Subject to paragraph [payment obligations], the rights and obligations of each party shall cease immediately after the expiration or termination of this Agreement. Pay arrears. [PART B] shall immediately pay [PART A] all sums outstanding at the time of termination and all outstanding amounts resulting from termination.
Discontinuation of use. [PART B] terminates the use of the Service on the effective date of termination. Do you, the customer, have to pay if you terminate the contract? It is unlikely that you will be able to avoid the payment you will normally have to make by simply resiliing the contract. It all depends on the terms of your contract. Take as an example a software development contract for the creation of a mobile application. As a customer, a major breach may be not providing the developer with the essential information necessary to develop your application or failing to make payments under the contract as soon as it becomes due.