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we live in south carolina. in 1997 we signed a contract with a local company for termite protection. the contract states that the comapny will extend protection to us for $100 per year. if they should find further treatment necessary they will perform it free of charge. a couple of years ago they sold their company to another local pest control service. i have just been notified that we are due a booster treatment (due to changes in the materials now being used). this treatment will cost us $395 and we must sign a new contract with this company. do we have to pay for the boostre treatmetn and sign a new contract?




No you do not. You agreed to protection at $100 per year. That is what you are obliged to pay. If, under the terms of the contract, they have the right to terminate the contract, then they can do that. But you are not obligated to sign a new contract.

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