Adam Baxter (White Giant)
| Friday, August 27, 2004 - 02:46 pm |
If a company is consistently failing to deliver the product promised in a trade contract (say, 3 months in a row?) you should be able to hold them in breach of that contract and cancel it without penalty to yourself.
It sucks that I have contracts for certain vital supplies, but I am not receiving the product. I cannot sign another contract for the goods for fear of the original deliverer fixing whatever problems his corp has and me getting landed with double deliveries, and I cannot cancel the contract without having to pay a penalty.