I currently have a contract with a gym to work as a personal trainer that is due to expire. I have been told that even after the expiration of the contract, I still have to provide 90 days notice to discontinue paying rents to the gym. Is this correct given under Contract Law I would no longer have an agreement with them? The two clauses pertinent to this matter are as follows. 18.3 Notwithstanding anything else contained in this Agreement (except subject to clause 19), you commit to providing the Services for a minimum period of six (6) months from the Commencement Date (Commitment Period). Should you wish to terminate this Agreement during this Commitment Period, you must give MAJOR GYM the notice required by clause 23 and make full weekly rental payments for the remainder of the Commitment Period. Alternatively, you may transfer this Agreement pursuant to clause 21. 23.2 Subject to clause 18.3, you may terminate this Agreement at any time by giving ninety (90) days prior written notice to MAJOR GYM. You must continue to make your weekly rental payments to MAJOR GYM for the entire notice period. This right to terminate does not limit your other rights to terminate the contract outlined in this clause or otherwise at law. I have been at MAJOR GYM for more than coming up to a year, and have been asked to renew my contract. I received an email stating that my contract was due to expire shortly (25.09.15) and that I would have to renew and pay the standard renewal fee. Any help you can provide would be much appreciated.