Contracts come to an end by performance of all obligations in terms of the agreement; the parties may mutually agree to terminate an agreement and agree outstanding payment or similar obligations); or an agreement may be terminated by one party who no longer wishes (is able) to perform obligations in terms of the contract. Another ‘party’ (surety) may complete outstanding obligations in terms of the original agreement – with the agreement of the other party! A new contracting party may agree to complete the outstanding obligations but not necessarily in terms of the original agreement

See: 6.1P-29.0; 5.0P-36.0-39.0; 4.1P-36.0-39.0; 6.1N-29.0; 5.0N-36.0-39.0; 4.1N-36.0-39.0; 5.1M-21.0; 4.0M-15.0-17.0; 3.1M-15.0-17.0