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A Gym Cancellation Letter

As we head into the holiday season, so many people will be lured into signing a lengthy term contract with one of your many local gyms.

You may feel like they are there to be focused on your health and well being, but after a short 30 minute tour, and that convincing sales pitch, full of empty promises and unicorn farts, you'll end up signing a membership contract, in which in many case, you'll actually never touch, other than a quick swipe of the finger on their tablets and your the key stroke of your credit card number.

Don't be taken advantage of, read the agreement first, understand the terms before you agree to them, find out the monthly total cost and what is the cancellation policy.

Gym membership automatically renews, unless you provide a 30-90 days written notice of the agreement to be cancelled, you may be on the hook forthgoing paying for a never ending membership that you may use for a month or two at best.

The office of Kazubek Legal provides during a consultation a template of a gym membership cancellation letter; these letters are not guaranteed to conclude the membership, but to start the process.

The Contractor Service Termination Letters

One of the most common tort actions in small claims is a contractor dispute, with many home owners trying to save money and shop around for the best prices, which some cases will leads to hiring the wrong person for the job. 


When you decide that you've had enough of the delays, poor workmanship or excessive unexpected cost, here are some tips to follow while you write your notice to the company of termination.


Stay Focused on diplomacy

Termination shouldn’t just end abruptly. As much as possible, try to maintain professional relationships with the terminated company or employee.


Organize and outline the letter, stay simple and to the point.

A formal contractor cancellation letter should have at least the following three essential elements 1, your initial announcement of the termination. 2, why you are terminating the agreement and 3.Your expectations that you have moving forward, Outstanding balances and refunds to be had.


Main points

Clearly provide the reasons for your decision on why you want to end the contract, what issues had arisen, how you addressed these concerns with them, and what was the outcome or how did the company handle these concerns that made you decide to end the agreement.

Clearly state what the next steps will be.

This section shall resolve any open-ended questions. Explain what the recipient must do forthgoing, make sure that you are clear and concise in this section. The company shall cease work, The company shall not return to the address, etc. Explain that if these instructions are not followed, you will involve your legal counsel whom will proceed with litigation if needed.


Provide resources

In addition to this notice of termination, include copies of the contract, and provide a timeline of any and all of the concerns and whom you advised them to.

Closing, and Research In closing of your letter, ensure that you once again clearly state what is expected from the company “ cease all contractual work as of __/___/____, please refer all communications forthgoing by email at the following [email protected]___.___” 


 Review the following acts that may relate to your situation, if so, mention that you shall be relying upon the following acts and sections if this matter has to proceed through litigation.

  1. Consumer Protection Act, 2002, S.O. 2002, c. 30, Sched. 
  2. Frustrated Contracts Act, R.S.O. 1990, c. F.34 - Ontario.ca
  3. Construction Act, R.S.O. 1990, c. C.30 - Ontario.ca
  4. Occupational Health and Safety Act, R.S.O. 1990, c. O.1

A stressful LTB Renovation & Owner Use notice 

So often now, Investment companies are purchasing small to medium size buildings that are low income and in great dis-repairs. These units are normally well below the current rental market average for rent which causes a lower purchase price.


These companies come in and legally issue N13 to the majority of the tenants, all well knowing that a tenant can not find temporary short term rental, which leads to these tenants to not returning and allowing the landlord to substantially increase the rental price for the new tenant.


This is a form of abuse of process, but it is legal form. Even though it is well known among the courts, it is never really addressed nor corrected. 


 If you are facing an eviction based on an N13, or an N12, the following acts of the RTA are extremely important to your situation;

  1. Section 53 and Tenants First right of refusal
  2. Tenant Compensation and section 52
  3. Section 55 and voiding a notice
  4. Section 57 and Bad faith tenant application


Paper Chasing

DId you lend your friend all of your daughters college funds, just to help them out during a rough patch during. The Expectionation was to be paid back in only a few months, but now, a year and a half later, they are avoiding you like you're a door to door salesman ? Well, you need to take action now. In Ontario, you have a two year limitation to commence an action in hopes to recoup these funds.


First, you need to issue a notice of intent. This letter shall put out the details of the loan, who borrowed it, what were the terms of the repayments, and how should these funds be paid back. to you.


In closing of the notice, you'll need to advise the borrower that you shall be filing this action with the court if it goes unresponsive. Give a hard deadline for them to respond.


Review the following acts and find what sections apply to your case. When you commence an action, you need to advise the courts what parts are relevant and what you will be relying on if you need to proceed.

  1. Frustrated Contracts Act, R.S.O. 1990, c. F.34 - Ontario.ca
  2. RSO 1990, c F.3 | Family Law Act | CanLII
  3. Interest Act, RSC 1985, c I-15,
  4. Collection and Debt Settlement Services Act R.S.O. 1990, CHAPTER C.14 

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