A recurrence agreement, commonly known as a mutual termination agreement, when all parties involved are on board, is a legal document that sets out the intention of all parties involved to cancel or terminate their existing contract or partnership. In an ideal world, all parties would fully and enthusiastically respect their contractual obligations. Unfortunately, this is not always the case, and sometimes, for whatever reason, if the conditions of the contract are not met, both parties can agree that it is time to invalidate the agreement. This action can be carried out by the implementation of a mutual denunciation of the contract and the release. Therefore, taking into account the mutual agreements concluded between the parties, the parties withdraw for the first time from the aforementioned contract, with effect from the above date. This Resignation Agreement is binding on the Parties, their successors, addressees and personal representatives. It is important to know that resignation is considered a last resort, which means that it only works in particular situations. A resignation cannot be requested solely because the parties want to. Resignation is only applied if it is necessary, for example.B. if: Maybe an agreement is not going as well as you hoped, or simply it does not seem fair and you want to withdraw from it. . . .