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Breach of Contract Form

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If, for any reason, you are not fulfilling the terms of your residence or apartment contract, read through the contract provisions below then complete the Breach of Contract Form.

Contract Provisions

  1. According to College policies, the applicant is responsible for the payment of all residence or apartment fees for the contracted terms on or before the designated dates.
  2. The contract may be terminated, as determined at the sole discretion of the College and the deposit and any residence or apartment fees paid, to be forfeited, without prejudice to any other rights or remedies that the College may have, including, but not limited to the right to receive the residence or apartment fees for the contracted terms:
    1. if the applicant has not moved into residence or apartment on the date the contract begins, as specified above, unless prior to such date the applicant has notified the Director of Student Services of the College in writing that the applicant will be moving in after that date; or
    2. if the applicant has not paid the residence or apartment fees for the contracted terms by the designated dates unless prior to such designated dates, the College has agreed to a payment plan.
  3. The contract shall be deemed to be terminated and the deposit and any residence or apartment fees paid, to be forfeited, without prejudice to any other rights or remedies that the College may have, including, but not limited to the right to receive the residence or apartment fees for the contracted terms:
    1. if the applicant is not admitted for study to an academic program of the University of Waterloo or Wilfrid Laurier University (called the “Universities”); or
    2. if the applicant loses the right to continue studies in his or her academic program; or
    3. if the applicant is not in satisfactory academic standing with the Universities. (“Satisfactory”, for the purposes herein, shall be determined solely at the discretion of the College acting reasonably); or
    4. if the applicant voluntarily chooses not to fulfil the contract by notice to the College prior to the onset of the contracted terms; or
    5. if the applicant voluntarily vacates the residence or apartments during the contracted terms. (“Vacates”, for the purposes herein, shall be determined solely at the discretion of the College acting reasonably); or
    6. if the applicant involuntarily vacates the residence or apartments, during the contracted terms. In such circumstances the College will require the applicant to re-apply for admission.
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