Notice by Seller - Cancellation for Breach


Overview
- The Notice By Seller - Cancellation for Breach is a letter used by a seller when the buyer has breached an Agreement for the Sale of Goods.
- Under the Uniform Commercial Code (UCC), a seller of goods may cancel an agreement with a buyer if the buyer wrongfully rejects the goods, revokes an acceptance of the goods, repudiates (refuses to honor) the contract, or fails to make a payment due on or before delivery of the goods.
- If one of these events has occurred, the seller may cancel the contract if the buyer's breach substantially impairs the value of the contract to the seller.
- Cancellation by the seller terminates the contract and reinstates the title to the goods to the seller.  Any remaining obligations of the buyer or seller are discharged, but the seller retains the right to pursue any remedies for the buyer's breach.

When You Need It
- To formally notify a buyer that the buyer has breached its obligations in the sales agreement.


Getting Started

You will need:
- Name and address of the buyer.
- Details of the contract which being cancelled, including a description of the products purchased. 
- The amount of damages you are claiming and how calculated. 

When to Review and Revise 
- To correct the information contained in the notice.
- To draft another cancellation notice.