Another reason is the need for a large quantity of printing for a short-term project. However, regardless of the reason, it is prudent to terminate a lease contract when it no longer meets your needs.

Here are some of the reasons why you should:

Your maintenance costs are rising, and you want a machine with a lower cost per page.

If you discover that your maintenance costs are excessive, you should consider terminating your copier lease.

Your company is expanding and requires a larger high-volume copier or more copiers.

Business situations can shift at any time. You must have leased a copier when you had fewer copying needs. However, if your business has grown and your demand for copies has increased, it may not be worthwhile or cost-effective to keep the old and outdated copying machine.

You discovered that competitors are paying less for copier leases from other vendors.

Businesses can avoid unnecessary financial losses if they choose the right provider who provides the best service at a reasonable price. If you find a better quality service at a lower price from a different provider, you should stop using the current one.

You did not carefully read the lease terms and conditions and thus signed an unfair agreement.

Making a deal with the rental company should be in both parties’ best interests. If you later discover that you signed an unfair agreement or that the rental company duped you into the contractual agreement

Your lease was automatically renewed before you had a chance to cancel it.

Sometimes the rental company will automatically renew your agreement before you have had a chance to cancel it. If this is the case, it will be a fantastic opportunity to get out of the rental agreement.