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Automatic Renewal Clause In Texas

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I have a contarct with a home alarm monitoring company in Texas since 8-15-2005 (Coroprate HQ in Maryland). It has an Automatic Renewal Clause which I missed upon signing an One Year contract.

I wanted to terminate the service but will have to pay penalty. I was told that in the state of Texas, "automatic Renewal" Clause in a contract is not enforceable.

Can somone confirm that?

Thanks in advance

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    • Thanks for the reply.

      Person working in another alarm company (trying to get my business) told me that his company called Texas Attorney General Office and was advised accordingly.

      Of course, as private citizen, the attorney general's office would not provide legal advice at all.

      #1; Fri, 21 Mar 2008 07:57:00 GMT
    • Who told you this, or where did you read it?
      #2; Sat, 01 Mar 2008 12:09:00 GMT