These include the period during which the contract begins and expires, as well as the circumstances in which one of the parties has the right to terminate the contract. Although a service contract is usually concluded as soon as it reaches the end of its warranty or end date, the customer or service provider has the power to terminate the contract on reasonable terms. For example, if a car dealership fails to comply with its obligations under a transportation service contract, the other party may terminate the contract or go to court without breaching the agreement. It is always best to have a contingency plan to properly handle disputes and prevent cases from going to court. .